New Employees

New Employees – March 2019

Name Title Division Victoria Baker Education Liaison I Critical Care Medicine Janna Brown Medical Assistant II Ambulatory Care Chelsie Marie Carter Patient Billing/Servcs Rep II Ambulatory Care Aubree Dahler Research Technician II Critical Care Medicine Ariel Davis-Rayford Research Technician II Hematology/Oncology Corinne Lynnea Embree Patient Care Assoc II Diagnostic Center …

Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities – March 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 …

Funded Awards

Funded Awards January 2019

PI Agency Title Jeffrey Bednarski NIH/U54/Regents of University of California – San Francisco Primary Immune Deficiency Treatment Consortium Francis Cole People-Center Research Foundation/PCRF/Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia PEDSnet – A Pediatric Learning Health System Eve Colson NIH/R01/Boston University Improving Care Giver Adherence to Recommended Infant C… Vikas Dharnidharka NIH/U01/Children’s Mercy Kansas …

Faculty News

Lowe named Colten Professor of Pediatric Science

by Kristina Sauerwein February 15, 2019 Mark E. Lowe, MD, PhD, an admired physician and researcher in pediatric gastroenterology, has been named the inaugural Harvey R. Colten Professor of Pediatric Science at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Early in his medical career, Lowe counted Colten — a revered former head of …

Faculty News

Needlemans commit $15 million aimed at therapies for chronic diseases

by Julia Evangelou Strait February 20, 2019 Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has received a $15 million commitment from longtime benefactors Philip and Sima Needleman to support two cutting-edge research centers aimed at developing new treatments for diseases that collectively affect millions. The Needlemans have a long relationship …

Faculty News

Warner named director of newborn medicine division

by Kristina Sauerwein February 18, 2019 Barbara B. Warner, MD, a physician-scientist noted for her commitment to critically ill infants, has been named director of the Division of Newborn Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. “Dr. Warner is steady, skilled and compassionate in her care of, perhaps, the most …

Faculty Features

Faculty Feature Andrew Janowski, MD

“Maybe you should be a baby doctor?” Andrew Janowski wouldn’t want to admit it, but his mother’s advice to him in fifth grade after an episode of ER was spot on. Andrew grew up in Middleton, a suburb of Madison, Wisconsin. He spent much of his childhood focusing on soccer …

OFD News

Foam Rolling

What is foam rolling? Watch this video to find out. Physical therapists say placing your body on a foam roller to target knots and trigger points can help you in many ways. Taught by Proactive Life Training LLC, Kasia Radecka, Licensed Physical Therapist. Free! Monthly sessions from April-August. Dates and …

Peds News

Peds News – February 2019

Faculty Night at Red Herring Escape Room in the Loop

Research News

Research News – February 2019

The Federal Government is actively examining foreign influences on federally funded research. As a PI, you are responsible for promptly disclosing a foreign component when a significant scientific element or segment of the research is conducted outside of the U.S. and/or is supported by a foreign entity. You are also …