University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

Meghan Brennan, MD, MS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

INFECTIOUS DISEASE Faculty

UW MED FNDTN CENTENNIAL BLDG
1685 HIGHLAND AVE
MADISON, WI 53705-2281

(608) 263-1545

education

  • University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, Vermont –MD
  • University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics,  Madison, Wisconsin – Residency in Internal Medicine
  • University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics – Fellowship in Infectious Disease
  • William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital,  Madison, Wisconsin – Advanced  Fellowship in Women’s Health
  • University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health,  Madison, Wisconsin – MS in Epidemiology
  • William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital – Chief Residency in Quality and Patient Safety
  • University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health  – Certificate in Clinical and Community Outcomes Research

professional activities

Dr. Meghan Brennan is  a faculty member in the Division of Infectious Disease within the  Department of Medicine. She is a member of the Infectious Disease Education Committee and  the Preventing Amputations in Veterans Everywhere (PAVE) Committee at the William S.  Middleton Memor ial VA Hospital. Dr. Brennan is a recipient of the 2017 Association of America  Medical Colleges (AAMC) Early Career Women Faculty Leadership Development Seminar  Awardee.

CLINICAL SPECIALTIES

Dr. Brennen’s clinical specialties are general infectious disease and the treatment and  management of patients with diabetic foot ulcers.

research

View Dr. Meghan Brennan’s publications on NCBI My Bibliography

Dr. Brennan’s research focuses on the management of patients with diabetic foot ulcers. She co-directs the Madison VA’s diabetic foot ulcer clinic, a team of infectious disease providers and podiatrists working together to achieve limb salvage. She also conducts health services research on diabetic foot ulcers, specifically focusing on gaps in care amenable to health service interventions, and improving PCP-specialists and specialist-specialist collaboration to address  this multifaceted problem.