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Third-Year Family Medicine Resident, University of Wisconsin Baraboo Rural Training Track for Family Medicine, Baraboo, Wisconsin
Dr. Kratzke Nelson is a third-year family medicine resident at the University of Wisconsin Baraboo. She grew up in Minnesota and went to medical school at Rush University in Chicago. Her career interests include full spectrum family medicine and rural medicine, as well as medical education and teaching. Her research interests include global health and public health policy. Outside of work she is a founding board member of Bridging Medical Gaps Collaboration, an organization dedicated to interdisciplinary education and advocacy to improve health and healthcare. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, hiking, sewing, and spending time with her husband and cat.