Funded Awards

Funded Awards January 2020

  PI Agency Title Jonathan Cooper ForeBatten Foundation Defining Peripheral and Enteric Nervous System disease in Juvenile Batten Disease Jonathan Cooper Abeona Neuropathologic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Intrathecal AAV9-Mediated Gene Therapy for Cln1 Disease Jorge Di Paola NIH/R01 Genomics of Megakaryocyte and Platelet Biology Andrea Granados CDTR Safety and …

Faculty Features

Faculty Feature Anthony Orvedahl

Anthony Orvedahl, MD, PhD, was born in Denver, CO. He is the product of a professionally eclectic family: his father worked in the aerospace industry; mother was a homemaker and administrative assistant; older brother an accomplished comedian; and younger brother a woodworker. His paternal grandfather designed one of the earliest …

OFD News

Meet with our UHC Nurse Advocate: Teresa Fisher, RN, BSN

Download flyer UnitedHealthcare Employee Nurse Advocate at Washington University Teresa is a registered nurse with a broad range of experience in healthcare, including over ten years of experience in disease management and health coaching. She is a resource for helping you on your 8ight Ways to Wellness journey! Teresa can also help …

OFD News

Wellness Connection Programs

Wellness Connection programs are designed to help employees thrive at work and outside of work. The 8ight Ways to Wellness framework, developed by WashU faculty, offers employees simple and effective ways to focus on their physical and emotional wellness. It’s for WashU, from WashU. Washington University Wellness Connection has partnered …

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Promotions March 2020

Jonathan Cooper, PhD, is who is already a Professor of Pediatrics, in the Division of Genetics, and Genomic Medicine has just been appointed to additional secondary positions in the Departments of Genetics and Neurology. Originally from the United Kingdom, Dr. Cooper’s bachelor’s degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology was from the …

Peds News

Human Resources 101 for Faculty

“Demystifying the hiring, retention, and discharge of employees for faculty members and administrators”  Presented by: Nannette Vaughn, HR Consultant This is a 3 part series. One part is offered each week and you may attend any number you choose.  All are held from 8-9 am in MPRB 8101  Registration appreciated …

New Employees

February 2020 New Employees

  Staff Title Division Michelle Brauner Administrative Coordinator Central Admin Shannon Dybvig Programmer Analyst I Hematology/Oncology Alexa Hill Pediatric Cardiac Sonographer Cardiology Sarah Kindle Pediatric Cardiac Sonographer Cardiology Ana Leticia Kolicheski Staff Scientist Rheumatology Ashley Lomax Medical Assistant II Ambulatory Care Anita Mathew Research Technician II Hematology/Oncology Elizabeth Elaine Merritt …

Funded Awards

December 2019 Funded Awards

  PI Agency Title Regina Clemens CIMED Developmental regulation of neutrophil calcium signaling by KCa3.1 Jonathan Cooper Giving Back Foundation Developing Enzyme Replacement Therapy in a Sheep Model of CLN1 disease or Infantile Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis Jorge Di Paola SLCH Foundation/Research Grant Neuro Oncology and Investigational New Drug Support Year …

Faculty Features

Faculty Feature William Orr

Dr. William Orr, “Billy,” was born and raised in Athens, Georgia, home of the University of Georgia Bulldogs, actress Kim Basinger, actor Jeff Daniels, and the bands R.E.M., Widespread Panic and the B-52s.  He is the son of Dr. William Orr, a practicing Psychiatrist, and Victoria, a former nurse.  His …

Faculty Features

Faculty Feature Danielle Alfano

Danielle grew up in Sussex, Wisconsin, just outside of Milwaukee with her parents, Gino and Renee, and younger brother, Michael. Growing up, Danielle was an avid gymnast, cheerleader and pianist. Her love of science was first inspired by her high school AP Biology teacher, Ms. Bamberg and while volunteering in …