Brad Schwartz, MD
Brad Schwartz is Chief Executive Officer of the Morgridge Institute for Research, a private, nonprofit research institute dedicated to interdisciplinary biomedical research in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Schwartz is a physician-scientist whose research and clinical activities focus on hemostasis, and who has a deep commitment to the mission of public research universities.
Ahlquist, a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator and professor of oncology, molecular virology and plant pathology, directs the Morgridge Virology Theme.
Eliceiri, a principal investigator in the Morgridge Medical Engineering Theme, is director of the Fab Lab and UW-Madison Laboratory for Computational and Optical Instrumentation where he designs and develops engineering solutions to address biomedical challenges.
Fan, a principal investigator in the Morgridge Metabolism Theme and an assistant professor of nutritional sciences, studies the cancer of metabolism.
Gitter, a principal investigator in the Morgridge Virology Theme an assistant professor of biostatistics and medical informatics, designs algorithms to connect experimental data to study cancer and viruses.
Huisken, a professor of biomedical engineering, directs the Morgridge Medical Engineering Theme and is a leader in light sheet microscopy.
Livny is Chief Technology Officer of the Morgridge Institute and the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery and directs the Morgridge Core Computational Technology research area.
Newmark, a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator and professor of zoology, is a principal investigator and the Burnell R. Roberts Chair in Regenerative Biology at the Morgridge Institute.
Ossorio, professor of law and bioethics, serves as the inaugural Morgridge Bioethics Scholar-in-Residence.
Pagliarini, an associate professor of biochemistry and expert on mitochondria composition and function, directs the Morgridge Metabolism Theme.
Skala, a principal investigator in the Morgridge Medical Engineering Theme and professor of biomedical engineering, develops new methods and technologies to understand and combat cancer.
Stewart, the assistant director of Morgridge Bioinformatics, creates and utilizes sophisticated algorithms for analyzing high-throughput biological data.
Thomson, the John D. MacArthur Professor in medicine and public health and pioneer in stem cell science, directs the Morgridge Regenerative Biology Theme.