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‘A journey of a lifetime’ – Students embark on medical journeys during pandemic, new curriculum rollout

By itself, beginning medical school is a major milestone. But the entering class of 2024 also experienced several significant firsts...

The Record

Victoria J. Fraser: Missouri has much to show our lawmakers about our coronavirus needs

St. Louis Post Dispatch

Mati Hlasthwayo Davis, MD, MPH

Mati Hlatshwayo Davis, MD, MPH was recently featured in several media channels speaking on COVID-19, community engagement and advocacy for...

Cardiology training at Washington University School of Medicine – Summary Video

21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge

Four steps to a healthy WashU community

With the start of the academic year, each and every member of the Washington University in St. Louis community who...

The Record

Pandemic acts as dress rehearsal for new medical school curriculum

Dozens of faculty, students and staff at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have committed countless hours over...

School of Medicine news release

DOM Insider Volume 5

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Washington University Teaching Physician Pathway Goes Virtual in Response to COVID

Embedded within the Internal Medicine Residency Program are a variety of educational pathways where residents can specialize their skills. For...

Podcast: Racism as a public health issue

A new episode of our podcast, “Show Me the Science,” has been posted. At present, these podcasts are highlighting research...

School of Medicine news release

Ibram X. Kendi on “How to Be an Antiracist”

2019 Guggenheim Fellow and New York Times bestselling author Ibram X. Kendi will discuss his renowned book “How to Be...

On the front lines: Intensive care physician Patrick Aguilar

Medical critical care director Patrick Aguilar, MD, assistant professor of medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, talks...

School of Medicine news release

White Coats For Black Lives

The goal of this protest is to show support for communities of color and acknowledge that racism is a public...

On the front lines in fight against COVID-19

Emergency medicine physician Komo Gursahani, MD, suits up in gloves, disposable gown, N95 mask and face shield before she sees...

The Record

Heart Team Summit COVID-19 Town Hall

The Heart Team Summit Team is pleased to invite you to a second one hour complimentary webinar on Thursday April 16, 2020 at...

Medical Campus students mobilize to help health-care workers, community

As the novel coronavirus has accelerated its spread throughout the Midwest and across the U.S., scores of students on the...

The Record

Medical clinic shifts approach to patient care to defend against COVID-19

Just six weeks into her job as medical director of the Washington University Complete Care Clinic, Jennifer Schmidt, MD, had to completely...

School of Medicine news release

WashU in the News: Superbugs threaten pregnant women and their babies

The patient is nine months pregnant and in good health. With the proper care, she has much to look forward...

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Academic Women’s Network Dinner

The Academic Women’s Network Fall Dinner: “Ally, Advocate, or Accomplice: We are Better Together” with guest speaker Michelle Lall, MD,...

Jason Burnham, MD WashU in the News: Deadly superbugs pose greater threat than previously estimated

Jason Burnham, MD, assistant professor of medicine

Washington Post

Victoria J. Fraser, MD WashU in the News: Dangerous superbugs kill more people than previously thought

Victoria Fraser, MD, the Adolphus Busch Professor of Medicine

NBC News

Lavine receives presidential early-career award

Kory J. Lavine, MD, PhD, an assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Cardiology at Washington University School of Medicine in...

School of Medicine news release

OUTMed at St. Louis PrideFest

OUTmed, an organization for LGBTQIA-identified faculty, staff, trainees and allies at the School of Medicine, participated in St. Louis’ PrideFest...

Welcome to Peggy Kendall, MD

We are pleased to announce that Peggy Kendall, MD will be the new Chief of the Division of Allergy and...

National Clinician Scholars Program

The National Clinician Scholars Program (NCSP) offers a two-year training experience with formal leadership and master’s level research training. Scholars...

In Vivo Imaging Core

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis offers In Vivo Imaging Core (IVIC) in Infectious Diseases to provide a cost-effective and...

Office of Education February 2019 Newsletter

Lowering hospitals’ Medicare costs proves difficult

A payment system that provides financial incentives for hospitals that reduce health-care costs for Medicare patients did not lower costs...

Washington University School of Medicine

Report addresses national shortage of physician-scientist trainees

Many lifesaving advances in human health can be traced to physician-scientists, the professionals who treat patients while also conducting biomedical...

Washington University School of Medicine

Forum for Women in Medicine boosts female physicians, trainees

During an informal gathering with female medical residents a few years ago, Rakhee K. Bhayani, MD, recognized a familiar refrain. Many...

Washington University School of Medicine

Leading with empathy: the transformative influence of a doctor who hasn’t forgotten his past

Will Ross knows he should be dead. Before his teen years, he had been beaten and bloodied countless times and...

Outlook Magazine

Local families give Washington U. students a ‘home away from home’

CLAYTON • It’s a little bit of faith and a lot of matchmaking, with a baseball theme. “How St. Louis is...

STL Today

Molecular Microbiology special seminar – Dr. Yu-Min Chuang – Wednesday, June 7 – 12:00 Noon

Semenkovich recipient of 13th annual outstanding faculty mentor award

Clay Semenkovich, MD, recipient of the 13th Annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award from the Washington University Postdoctoral Society.