Wisconsin Innovations: Transplants


By Tony D'Alessandro | April 13, 2012

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Wisconsin ingenuity is on display in a new exhibition at the State Historical Museum in Madison. From the typewriter to the supercomputer, surfboards to jockey shorts Wisconsin inventors have left their mark on the world. Today, one of the state’s top surgeons celebrates an invention that saves lives every day.

Wisconsin Innovations is on display at the Wisconsin Historical Museum in Madison.

Tony D'Alessandro

Tony D'Alessandro

Dr. Tony D’Alessandro heads the division of transplant surgery at the U.W. Hospital and Clinics. “Wisconsin Innovations” is on display at the Wisconsin Historical Museum in Madison.
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