Clinical Asst Prof
Caitlin Regner grew up in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, but now calls Madison home after living here for most of a decade. She completed undergraduate degrees in Biology and Spanish from UW—Madison before moving to Milwaukee for a year to serve as a Spanish/English interpreter at the Sixteenth Street Community Health Center. She then returned to Madison to pursue her medical degree at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. As a medical student, Caitlin served as class coordinator for the Medical Spanish course and as class representative for the Medical Student Association. She was an active volunteer with the student-run MEDiC clinics, taking on the positions of Intake Coordinator and Volunteering Physician Scheduler. She was also a member of the Gold Humanism Society and served as president of the Christian Medical Association. Caitlin also has a strong interest in research, and participated in a summer research project exploring how “difficult” patients perceive communication with their healthcare providers. Outside of medicine, Caitlin enjoys running, visiting prairies, craft projects, making music and singing, and spending time with her husband and three children.