OFD News

Demystifying the hiring, retention, and discharge of employees for faculty members and administrators

Presented by: Nannette Vaughn, HR Consultant Please register here These sessions are designed for any faculty or administrators who are responsible for the hiring and management of employees in the School of Medicine.  Topics include: pre-employment and interviewing, offering a position and managing your employees and documentation and handling corrective action. …

OFD News

OFD Changes to Fulfil Mission

The Office of Faculty Development co-directors, Bess Marshall, MD and Yumi Turmelle, MD, welcome the addition of Philip Abraham, MD, as co-director of the office. Katherine Rivera-Spoljaric, MD also joins the office as the Under Represented Minority Ombuds. The addition of Drs. Abraham and Rivera-Spoljaric will better position us to …

Clinical News

Clinical News – September 2018

Our newest location in Shiloh, IL is open.  Current pediatric providers at this location are listed below.  Echos and PFTs will be available. Mary Fournier MD, Adolescent Christina Kwong MD, Allergy Pulmonary Brooke Polk MD, Allergy Pulmonary Ginnie Arbarbanell MD, Cardiology Caroline Lee MD, Cardiology Ellen Kim MD, Endocrinology Kevin …

Peds News

Family Resource Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital

The Family Resource Center (FRC) at St. Louis Children’s Hospital is a pediatric health information library with consumer-friendly resources for families and the community. By offering families the opportunity to learn about their child’s health condition, the FRC enables them to make well-informed decisions and become full partners with their …

Peds News

Fran Niemeyer-Murphy – September 2018

After a long battle with cancer, Fran Niemeyer-Murphy, Sr. Manager of Research and Sr. Financial Analyst passed away on 8/20/18.  Fran worked at the University for 38 years and in the Department of Pediatrics for 11 years.  Many who had the privilege of working with her have fond memories of …

Faculty News

Pediatric resident physician starts free summer lunch program

Summer is the hungriest time of year for many of the 13 million children who rely on school for food through the free or reduced-price meal program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. “There is an unbreakable link between access to basic human needs and the health of an …

Research News

Research News – September 2018

Necessary Elements in the Fundamentals of Human Research – This 3 day course provides an introduction to the conduct of human research Click here for more information HRPO Open Forum on the New Human Subjects Research Regulations – You are invited to attend a HRPO Open Forum to discuss new …

New Employees

Welcome New Faculty & Staff – September 2018

  FACULTY Name Title Division Duha Naser Al-Zubeidi Assistant Professor Hospitalist Medicine Nora Kabil Assistant Professor Allergy, Immunology & Pulmonary Medicine Cadence Amber Kuklinski Assistant Professor Allergy, Immunology & Pulmonary Medicine Fuhai Li Assistant Professor Newborn Medicine STAFF Name Title Division Trey Brooks Medical Secretary II Allergy, Immunology & Pulmonary …

Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities – September 2018

National Institutes of Health R01 Series – new: October 5 U01 – new: October 5 K Series – new: October 12 R03, R21, R33, R21/R33, R34, R36, UH2, UH3, UH2/UH3 – new: October 16 R15 – new, renewal, resubmission, revision: June 25 NIH Due Dates Washington University Internal Competitions – …

Funded Awards

Funded Awards – September 2018

PI Agency Title Charles Canter NIH/Vanderbilt University Supplement: chronic Graft Destruction: Interplay of Al… Brian DeBosch NIH/R56 Leveraging Glucose Transport and the Adaptive Fasting … Stephanie Fritz NIH/U01/UCLA-Harbor Short and Long Term Outcomes of Doxycycline Versus TMP… Katie Plax HRSA Intensive Peer Navigation for Young Black Men who have… Kenneth …