Medical College faculty to include UW-Green Bay professors

The Medical College of Wisconsin is beginning to fill adjunct faculty positions for its MCW-Green Bay campus. Individuals from St. Norbert College and UW-Green Bay have been identified to participate in basic science instruction for first-year medical students at the new regional campus opening later this year. UW-Green Bay accounted for two-thirds of the local educators invited to a reception and orientation session last month at the College’s Milwaukee headquarters. Those taking part were:

Craig Hanke, Ph.D., associate professor of human biology
Dennis Lorenz, Ph.D., associate professor of human development and psychology
James Marker, Ph.D., associate professor of human biology
Daniel Meinhardt, Ph.D., associate professor of human biology
Brian Merkel, Ph.D., associate professor of human biology
Amanda Nelson, Ph.D., associate professor of human biology
Debra Pearson, Ph.D., RD, associate professor of human biology and nutrition
Uwe Pott, Ph.D., associate professor of human biology
Dean Von Dras, Ph.D., professor of psychology and human development
Sarah VanderZanden, DVM, associate lecturer of human biology and practicing veterinarian

Medical College of Wisconsin will also recruit instructors and mentors from among the ranks of local physicians. Read the full article.