Postdoc Journal Club
The Postdoc Journal Club offers MCRI postdoctoral fellows an opportunity to conduct an in-depth examination of recent publications in the scientific literature. Led through a rotating roster of the current fellows, this club meets during the noon hour of the third Monday of each month. Articles planned for discussion are posted as they become available.

MCRI Scientific Seminars
The MCRI Scientific Seminar series brings speakers from a variety of research fields to Marshfield to present on their area of expertise. These twice monthly sessions, usually held on Wednesdays during the noon hour, provide an opportunity for our scientists and clinician researchers to enhance their knowledge on a subject, learn about new work happening in their field, and build relationships for future research collaborations. Postdoctoral fellows are asked to present annually on their current work through the seminar series. Most seminars are recorded and available for viewing online.

PreventionGenetics Seminars
A frequent local collaborator, PreventionGenetics has offered MCRI scientists a standing invitation to hear any guest speakers who present within their monthly series. The list of presentations are updated regularly on their website and MCRI researchers are encouraged to attend relevant topics. 

Infectious Diseases Journal Club
The Infectious Diseases Journal Club is run by the Infectious Diseases Department of MCHS as an opportunity for providers, research scientists, clinical laboratory personnel, infection preventionists and antimicrobial resistance stewardship personnel to meet and discuss pertinent medical literature related to infectious diseases. Presentations are varied and cover all aspects of science that revolve around some aspect of infectious diseases; guest speakers are also brought in from time to time.  The sessions are held the first and third Thursdays of the month at 12 noon. Postdoctoral fellows are encourage to request an opportunity to present on a topic as well as attend for educational purposes.

Science On Tap
Open to the Community, Science On Tap topics are discussed in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Presentations from guest experts are provided and attendees are invited and encouraged to ask questions. Wednesday evening presentations starting at 7pm. Food and beverages are available for purchase, food service starts at 5pm. Come early to order dinner and meet presenter and friends. All sessions are open to the public, no admission fee. Location: Oven above the Pub (2 floor Blue Heron Brew Pub), 108 West 9th Street, Marshfield.

Grand Rounds
Continuing Education credit programs focusing on educational topics to provide Marshfield Clinic system-wide providers the most up-to-date health care information available to enhance patient care. They are held Fridays from 12:10 - 1:00 p.m. in the Robert F. Froehlke Auditorium. All health care providers and MCRI staff are invited to attend.