The Marshfield Clinic Research Institute 2017 Year in Review features projects and people who are integrating medical research into better patient care.

This publication is your door into the largest private medical research institute in Wisconsin, with $17 million in externally-funded research projects in 2017. Read first-hand from physicians, scientists and staff why they’ve dedicated their careers to research. See at a glance the work of the Institute presented in highlights and infographics.

Research is a team sport. The Institute, a division of Marshfield Clinic, is comprised of world-class centers in the fields of biomedical and clinical informatics, cancer research, clinical research, epidemiology and population health, human genetics, oral and systemic health, and agricultural safety and health. These centers are supported by an integrated research and development laboratory, office of research computing and analytics, office of research support services, as well as an institutional review board, an office of compliance and other professionals.

By collaborating across centers and with external partners, all supported by competitive grants and philanthropic efforts, the Institute is able to, “enrich lives through discovery, translation and application of scientific knowledge.”

2017 Year in Review