The Biomedical Technology Alliance sponsors a series of symposia designed to highlight areas of strength in Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin. These events include clinicians, researchers and business leaders as well as government and community leaders.

Overweight Children: From the Bench to the Community - Addressing Issues of Early Intervention
December 12, 2006 UWM Continuing Education Conference Center

The Biomedical Technology Alliance's December 12 conference focused on overweight children, a significant public health priority requiring improvements in technical, clinical and societal intervention that are also active areas of research and development in Metropolitan Milwaukee. Speakers and panel discussions addressed this health issue from three perspectives: public health, local research initiatives and community resources.

Cardiovascular Health
May 11, 2006 We Energies Auditorium

The Biomedical Technology Alliance's May 11 conference focused on cardiovascular health, another area of strength in the Milwaukee region. Speakers and panel discussions addressed this health issue from three perspectives: cardiovascular disease and public health, the science of cardiovascular disease, and the challenges of cardiovascular health and disease for health care organizations.

Neurological Disorders in an Aging Population
November 8, 2005 We Energies Auditorium

The Biomedical Technology Alliance continues to highlight the biomedical strengths in the Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin region. This event focused on Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease, two neurological disorders that significantly impact the aging population. By highlighting strengths in these disorders, the members of the Biomedical Technology Alliance hope to foster more research and innovation in these critical health areas. Speakers: Bradley C. Hiner MD, Diana R. Kerwin MD, Christine Kovach PhD, RN, Shi-Jiang Li PhD, Douglas C. Lobner PhD, Stephen M. Rao PhD and James R. Moyer Jr. PhD.

Biomedical Imaging Technology: A Critical Economic Engine for Southeastern Wisconsin
May 2, 2005 University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

Southeastern Wisconsin has significant resources in biomedical imaging, including major industry players and a strong core of university-based research. This program examines state-of-the-art image acquisition technologies and integration of imaging data within the health care system – including storage, management, retrieval, visualization and manipulation of image data. Speakers: Bob Armstrong of GE Healthcare Technologies, Carlos Santiago, Chancellor of UW-Milwaukee, T. Michael Bolger and Bill Hendee, Medical College of Wisconsin, and Paul Nagy from University of Maryland Medical Center.

Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics – Integration with Patient Care
March 3, 2005, Milwaukee School of Engineering

Bioinformatics and medical informatics are two areas of strength in southeastern Wisconsin that will help define the future of healthcare. This conference explored the future of bioinformatics and how genetic information will become more important in patient care. The conference also examined medical informatics and the challenges faced in integrating electronic medical records into the current clinical environment. Speakers: Howard Jacob of the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) and PhysioGenix, Paul Markham of TeraMedica and Rick Gillis of MCW.

Rehabilitation and Imaging – Opportunities for Partnering
November 18, 2004, Marquette University

Rehabilitation technologies are an area of significant strength in Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin, both in fundamental research and clinical applications. This conference examined current resources in rehabilitation and looked at how they might leverage area strengths in imaging technology. Speakers: Steve Rao of the MCW and Neurognostics, Tim Dillingham of MCW and Froedtert and Carlos Santiago, UW-Milwaukee Chancellor.

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