The Distinguished Service Teaching Awards ceremony was held in the EPNEC Auditorium on 11/15/18. The Department of Pediatrics was delighted to have been awarded three awards in three different categories. Dr. Yumi Turmelle, a pediatric hepatologist, and Advisory Dean at the medical school was honored for her work in creating a new medical school selective called Advance Medical Spanish which focuses on having the students become proficient in conducting a clinical encounter in Spanish.
A bi-annual program to enhance education skills as educators, to develop peer mentoring and enhance the culture of education within the department. To participate contact your division chief for referral or OFD at firstname.lastname@example.org. This series will be held on Mondays starting Feb. 4 from 12:00-1:30 pm.
Jan. 22, 2019, 5:45-7:00 pm; Room:
The Oval-ish Office
Only 10 spots available. Register here asap!
6358 Delmar Blvd Suite #222; Cost $27.50 plus tax payable on the night of the event
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Guest Speaker: Kyleigh Kirbach, RDN, LD, WUSM Dept. of Medicine – Nutritional Science
“The Current Research on Nutrition, Weight Loss and Fads” …to help with your New Year’s resolution!
Our 1st faculty night was a success! The winners of the $50.00 gift cards for future use were Allan Doctor and his wife Dahven White, Adrienne Atzemis and Liz Scott. . Not only did everyone have fun, but they now have a freezer full of easy to prepare meals for busy nights.
WUSM has ergonomic specialists and a self-assessment tool to evaluate your workstation to prevent discomfort in the back, neck and shoulders, hands and wrists, as well as headaches and eyestrain?
Dr. Viraine Weerasooriya returns to the Department of Pediatrics as a faculty member and Clinical Director in the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. Even though his last name is pronounced exactly as it is spelled, his patients find it easier to call him “Doctor W”. Viraine recently moved from sunny southwest Florida where he spent the last 12 years in clinical practice.
Common probiotic no help to young kids with stomach virus
Children with stomach viruses increasingly are given probiotics to ease symptoms of vomiting and diarrhea. But a major U.S. study led by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis shows that a commonly used probiotic is not effective in improving symptoms in young patients with gastroenteritis. The findings are published Nov. 22 in The New England Journal of Medicine.
Jennifer Silva, MD, is an innovator and entrepreneur with heart — literally.
As a pediatric electrophysiologist at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Silva treats children with abnormal heart rhythms. In partnership with her husband, Jonathan Silva, PhD, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at the School of Engineering & Applied Science, she has co-founded a startup that is developing technology to enable doctors to see real-time 3D holograms of the heart during cardiac procedures.
AAAS names 11 Washington University faculty as fellows
Eleven faculty members at Washington University in St. Louis — the most in a decade-and-a-half — are among 416 new fellows selected by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society. Samuel Achilefu; Victoria J. Fraser, MD; Robert W. Gereau; Kathleen B. Hall; Joseph Jez; Mark E. Lowe, MD, PhD; Linda Joy Pike; Deborah C. Rubin, MD; L. David Sibley; Lilianna Solnica-Krezel; and Gary Silverman, MD, PhD, are being named fellows in recognition of their distinguished efforts to advance science and its applications.
Fighting the spread of infectious diseases like malaria with better, faster, more nimble diagnostic tools
Audrey Odom John, MD, PhD, is on a mission. John, associate professor of pediatrics and of molecular microbiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is fighting the spread of infectious diseases like malaria with better, faster, more nimble diagnostic tools. Malaria kills 445,000 people a year, most of them young children in sub-Saharan Africa, a rural, underdeveloped area where better diagnostic tools are needed most.
Congratulations to Eve Colson, Patricia Dickson, Todd Druley, Robert Hayashi, Ellen Kim, Mark Manary, S. Celeste Morley, Jessica Pittman
R01 Series – new: February 5
U01 – new: February 5
K Series – new: February 12
R03, R21, R33, R21/R33, R34, R36, UH2, UH3, UH2/UH3 – new: February 16
R15 – new, renewal, resubmission, revision: February 25
The Department of Pediatrics recently welcomed many new employees.
Washington University Information Technology will be upgrading the network devices in the Buildings listed below, which will cause the network to be unavailable for approximately 20 minutes, affecting Internet access, email, wireless access, and other network communication.
This outage will occur between 5:00 a.m. and 6:30 a.m, on the dates indicated below.
Pediatrics Molecular Medicine Seminar (PMMS) Series –
THURSDAYS 12:00 P.M. IN SLCH, 3RD FLOOR AUDITORIUM