Walton O. Schalick, III
MD, PhD, The Johns Hopkins University
Assistant Professor of Medical History & Rehab
1500 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53705
Phone: (608) 263-3625
Fax: (608) 265-0486
Medical History & Bioethics
Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network
Disability Studies Cluster
A member of the Disability Studies Cluster, Dr. Schalick is an Assistant Professor of Medical History & Bioethics, Orthopedics & Rehabilitation, History of Science and Pediatrics. Relating to the Waisman Center's mission, Walts research explores the history and ethics of the care of children with physical disabilities in 19th- and 20th-century Europe and the US, as well as the practical ethics of pediatric emergency research.
Walt is an award-winning clinician, researcher and teacher in history, pediatrics, rehabilitation and ethics. His work has been funded by the NIH, MCHB, the NEH, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the German government and a variety of private foundations. He has served as a consultant to and on review committees for the NIH, NSF, NEH and the WHO. He has lectured on four continents regarding the history of medicine, ethics and clinical subjects.
Albrecht GA, Bichenbach J, Mitchell D, Schalick WO, Snyder S, editors. (2005). Encyclopedia of Disability. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Press
Schalick WO: Voices from the past: children, disability and rehabilitation in history. Pediatric Rehabilitation 2001; 4: 91-5.
Wharton RH, Schalick WO: From recovery through rehabilitation: you can get there from here. New Horizons 1998; 6: 363-373.
Siebens H Cairns K Schalick WO Fondulis D Corcoran P Bartels E. PoWER Program People with disabilities Educating Residents. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 2004; 83: 203-209.