Gifts totaling more than $2M launch Medical College chair honoring Baird's Kasten

The Medical College of Wisconsin will establish the G. Frederick Kasten Jr. Endowed Chair in Parkinson ’s Disease Research with gifts exceeding $2 million from Robert W. Baird&Co. and others in honor of the company ’s former CEO and chairman who died in December 2019 from Parkinson’s disease. The gifts came from leaders, employees, corporate and community partners of the Milwaukee-based financial firm, the Medical College said. The endowed chair honoring Kasten’s legacy will help recruit…
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