OFD News

New WUSM CV Workshop

The Executive Faculty has updated the WUSM CV format to include information that Peds has been including on the CEP. We encourage all faculty, but especially those who expect to go up for promotion in the next 12 months, to attend our September workshop. We would also ask all administrative …

Research News

Research News – May 2019

Applied Health Behavior Research Courses – REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR SUMMER! Click here for more information Systems Science for Social Impact Summer Training Institute – Applications are open for the 1st annual Systems Science for Social Impact Summer Training Institute, to be held at the Brown School at Washington University …

Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities – May 2019

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH R01 Series –new: June 5 U01 –new: June 5 K Series –new: June 12 R03, R21, R33, R21/R33, R34, R36, UH2, UH3, UH2/UH3 –new: June 16 R15 – new, renewal, resubmission, revision: June 25 NIH Due Dates Washington University Internal Competitions – Federal Sources Washington University …

New Employees

New Employees – May 2019

  Name Title Division Israa Diab Clinical Research Coord II Hematology & Oncology Kavita Sanjay Patwardhan WU Student Newborn Medicine Anjana Krishna Renganathan Graduate Student Nephrology Rachel Gayle Rindner Graduate Student Cardiology Molly Warner Nurse Practitioner Hematology/Oncology Daniel Nathan Willis Covering Housestaff Central Admin

OFD News

Did You Know… May 2019

This guide provides a wealth of info and resources to help people find, fund and complete this type of degree. It also looks at various career paths open to grads, along with the income potential and job growth statistics. To help students with the issue of funding, it outlines several …

OFD News

Diversity 4.0 Training – Action

Presented by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Open to All Please register for your preferred time below. 6/4/19 (4.0) 8-9 am in NWT10A – Please register here 6/12/19 (4.0) 12-1 pm in NWT10A – Please register here Building on recently developed skill sets to speak up, 4.0 empowers participants …

Funded Awards

Funded Awards March

  PI Agency Title Dustin Baldridge NIH/K08 Improving Strategies to Determine Pathogenicity of Variants of Uncertain Significance Jeffrey Bednarski Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation B-cell-specific DNA damage responses prevent leukemic transformation Jeffrey Bednarski SLCH Foundation/Research Grant How the DNA damage response effects the development and treatment of B cell leukemia Juliane Bubeck …

New Employees

New Employees – April 2019

Name Title Division Laurin Cummins Clinical Nurse Coordinator Hematology & Oncology Alisha Fisher Community Outreach Rep II Diagnostic Center Shannon Holley Case Worker I Infectious Disease Molly Elizabeth McDowell Clinical Research Coord I Allergy, Immunology & Pulmonary Medicine Jay Restifo Pediatric Cardiac Sonographer Cardiology Lauren Elizabeth Robb Staff Nurse Endocrinology …

Faculty News

Little girl fighting for her life after complications from flu

Author: Marianne Martinez Published: 5:32 PM CDT March 26, 2019 Updated: 6:13 PM CDT March 26, 2019 ST. LOUIS — Layla Lynn Thomas has always been a healthy little girl. Then, like many little kids, she got sick.“It was a low-grade fever that kind of went up and down,” said Jessica Kile, Layla’s …

Faculty News

Edelson, White, Yau receive Goldstein awards

March 15, 2019 The Samuel R. Goldstein Leadership Awards in Medical Student Education recognize outstanding teaching and commitment to medical education and are among the highest honors faculty at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis can receive. This year’s recipients, selected by a committee of faculty members, are Brian …