Ciarán Bradley of Elm Grove, Wis., was one of eight students to receive a master of arts degree from The Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee at its 96th annual commencement exercises, May 15, at The Milwaukee Theater.
Dr. Bradley is the son of Henry and Elizabeth Bradley of Elm Grove, Wis. Following commencement, he plans on completing his general surgery residency at The Medical College, then pursuing fellowship training in surgical oncology. He received his bachelor of medicine, bachelor of surgery, bachelor of obstetrics degree from The University of Dublin in 2004. His advisor at The Medical College was Arthur R. Derse, M.D., J.D.
Founded in 1893 and located in Milwaukee, The Medical College is Wisconsin's only private medical school. More than 1,200 students are enrolled in The College’s Medical School and The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. It is also the largest private research institution in Wisconsin, conducting $134 million annually in funded research. The Medical College’s more than 1,100 Medical College physicians supervise approximately 850 physicians in graduate medical residency and fellowship programs, and care for over 350,000 patients annually.
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