Milwaukee Business Journal - May 18, 2018
Milwaukee Business Journal reports that Randall Lambrecht, PhD, president of Aurora Research Institute and senior vice president of Aurora Health Care, is one of eight additions to the board of directors for BioForward, the advocacy group representing 200 bio health member companies in Wisconsin.
WITI-TV, FOX 6 - April 12, 2018
Cardiologist Dianne Zwicke, MD, is featured in a story about the lifesaving protocol she created for pregnant women with pulmonary arterial hypertension. Dr. Zwicke was recently acknowledged with an international award for her research.
WisBusiness.com - March 27, 2018
Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center and Jasbir Sra, MD, are highlighted in an article about the hospital becoming the first in the United States to use APN Health's Navik 3D cardiac mapping system to treat heart rhythm disorders like atrial fibrilation.
Wisconsin Health News - March 26, 2018
Aurora Health Care received coverage from Wisconsin Health News for use of the Navik 3D cardiac mapping system.
BizTimes - March 19, 2018
Aurora Health Care oncologist Michael Thompson, MD, PhD, was featured in BizTimes Milwaukee Business News for being named a Fellow of the American Society of Clinical Oncology by the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
WITI-TV, FOX 6 - March 15, 2018
FOX 6 highlights Aurora Research Institute's precision medicine study of a new drug for the fight against colon cancer.
Ozaukee News Graphic - March 6, 2018
Judy Tjoe, MD, and Leslie Waltke, DPT, from the Aurora Cancer Care team are highlighted in this story about Team Phoenix, which is linked with Aurora Research Institute's efforts to better understand mechanisms of how exercise improves survival after breast cancer.
WITI-TV, FOX 6 - Nov. 10, 2017
As part of its Veterans Day coverage, FOX 6 aired a story on Janae Lampkins, a U.S. Army veteran and Aurora Research Institute intern working with Amy Beres, PhD, research scientist.
MassDevice - Oct. 23, 2017
MassDevice reported that Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee enrolled the first patient in the U.S. in the landmark APOLLO Trial for Medtronic's Intrepid transcatheter mitral valve replacement (TMVR) system. The device recently received a Food and Drug Administration investigational device exception.