Neil Anderson, MD
Year of Graduation: 2009
I attended UW-Madison from 2001-2005, majoring in genetics and bacteriology. During that time I worked in a neurobiology lab studying decision making patterns in fruit flies. In 2005, I started medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin. During the summer of 2006, I worked in a lab studying botulism neurotoxin binding properties. I graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2009.
MCW is a great fit…because of the extensive exposure we get to both surgical pathology and clinical pathology, through weekly sets of unknowns or “plate rounds” with the infectious disease team.
In my free time, I particularly enjoy going to a Brewers game or picnicking at “Jazz in the Park” on Thursday evenings. Of course, there is also the two weeks of back to back concerts at Summerfest to look forward to every year! Overall, Milwaukee is a pretty great place to be!