“The Low-Phe Life” is an animated-documentary series about the lighter side of living with a rare metabolic disorder.
Waisman Center 2018: Year in review
We’re delighted to share a video highlighting many of the strides we have made over the past year. Your generous and thoughtful contributions help us continue to pioneer research and expand clinical services that benefit …
NBC15 highlights Rett syndrome and Waisman Center research
NBC15’s Morning Show and reporter Kalie Greenberg shared a story about Laurel Cooper, a 9-year-old girl who has Rett syndrome, and her family. Rett syndrome is a rare, non-inherited neurological disorder that mostly affects girls …
Event on human development is Waisman Center at its best
The UW Madison’s Waisman Center maintains its status as a world class center dedicated to advancing knowledge about human development, developmental disabilities and neurodegenerative diseases through research, teaching and service. It is exceedingly successful in …
PKU pioneer Dr. Harry Waisman’s work still impacts the world
Kay Emerson, one of the first patients treated successfully for the PKU disorder in the United States, talks about researcher Dr. Harry Waisman.
Marsha Mailick discusses the Waisman Center’s Kennedy Connection
As the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy nears, Marsha Mailick, PhD, discusses the role the Kennedy family played in establishing the precursor to the Waisman Center and their greater legacy …
Editorial: A Community ‘Focal Point’ for 40 Years
Neil Heinen, Editorial Director, Channel 3000 Click image to play news clip.
Waisman Center featured on “For the Record”
Neil Heinen, WISC-TV editorial director, recently sat down with Marsha R. Mailick, PhD, Waisman Center Director, along with Anita Bhattacharyya, PhD, Senior Scientist and Maria Stanley, MD, Waisman Center Clinics Medical Director, to discuss the …
Professor works with kids and their families to get better use of their cochlear implants
Ruth Litovsky and her team at the Waisman Center work with kids and their families from across the country to get better use of their cochlear implants.
Richie Davidson, PhD, discusses research findings on “Office Hours”
Can we exercise our brains to make ourselves happier, healthier and more compassionate?