Marguerite Burns Receives Health Sciences Award from the Wisconsin Partnership Program

Congratulations to Marguerite Burns (population health sciences) who received one of four new awards from the Wisconsin Partnership Program, which supports collaborative, original research from interdisciplinary teams. The awards provide up to $600,000 to each project over a three year period. Burns and co-principal investigator Ryan Westergaard (medicine) will lead the project, “Leaving Prison and Connecting with Medical Care: Medicaid Expansion, Treatment Access and Outcomes for Opioid Use Disorder and Hepatitis C Infection.” More information can be found here from the School of Medicine and Public Health.