Discovery Radio – Episode #50 – Injury Prevention & Control Science: Treating Injury as Disease

Discovery Radio – Episode #50 – Injury Prevention & Control Science: Treating Injury as Disease

When someone is injured, it puts that person at significant risk for disability or even death. In fact, each year, injury is among the leading causes of death in the U.S.  So, what can be done to try to reduce injuries and their potentially devastating results? On today’s show, we’ll learn about the importance of treating injury as disease. We’ll also introduce a new segment focusing on clinical trials and later, we’ll hear get an update on the All of Us Wisconsin Research Program. That’s all coming up inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!

Guests

  • Stephen Hargarten, MD, MPH; Associate Dean of Global Helath; Chair and Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine; Director, Comprehensive Injury Center; MCW
  • James Thomas, MD, PhD,  Professor of Medicine, Division of Hematology & Oncology; Medical Director, Cancer Clinical Trials Office; Associate Director, Translational Research Unit; MCW
  • Amit Gode, MD, MPH,  Administrative Director, Clinical Trials Office, CTSI
  • Sarah Longenecker, Program Manager,  All of us Wisconsin Program; CTSI, MCW

More Information

Bryan Belmer
bbelmer@mcw.edu


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