Faculty Features

Faculty Feature Aimée Baumann-Dudenhoeffer, M.D.

Aimee was born in Oregon, in a tiny coastal town (population 1000) so remote there was no radio or TV station. There, she developed an early interest in caring for sick newborns when her very first pet– a feral kitten she adopted– developed encephalitis. Her mother treated the kitten with …

OFD News

The Connection between Social Media and Wellness

Julie Smith, M.S., our April guest speaker, was outstanding and offered critical information to know as clinicians and parents. Her book ‘Master the Media: How Teaching Media Literacy Can Save Our Plugged in World’ comes highly recommended. OFD will have a copy of her book for checkout to any faculty …

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Book Club for Faculty and Fellows – Chekhov’s Doctors

Our next book choice is Chekhov’s Doctors, A Collection of Chekhov’s Medical Tales by Anton Chekhov Date and location: To be determined. It will be in the first 2 weeks of June. It will be held at a local restaurant for discussion and dinner. Time: 6:30 pm Email janetbraun@wustl.edu to …

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Work-Life Solutions by GuidanceResources (formally EAP)

Few professionals face the physical, psychological and emotional demands that health care providers confront daily. If those demands threaten to overwhelm you, turn to our GuidanceResources program 24/7 for confidential help. Call 844-365-4587 or online guidanceresources.com Use Web ID: WASHU In addition to emotional support, resources are available for help …

Clinical News

Clinical News – April 2018

By now you should be attending or scheduled for all of your EPIC classroom training and/or e-learning modules.   Please Note that you will not have EPIC access on June 2nd unless ALL of your required training is complete. There is no way to get  around this, so it is essential …

OFD News

Diversity Groups – April 2018

WashU has a large array of diversity organizations that build connections between WashU community members from many backgrounds and experiences. To find out about all the offerings visit Diversity & Inclusions Get Involved.  It includes groups open to students and/or faculty.

New Employees

Welcome New Faculty & Staff – April 2018

STAFF Name Title Division Alison Elizabeth Almgren-Bell WU Student Infectious Disease Julia Marie Berg WU Student Hematology/Oncology Guadalupe Darby Medical Assistant III Ambulatory Care Mark Anthony Lewis DBBS Pre Doc Trainee (NIH) Gastroenterology Cynthia Marino Pediatric Fetal Cardiac Sonog Cardiology Susan Shea Staff Scientist Critical Care LeVencia Tate Case Worker …

Peds News

Peds News – April 2018

Upcoming St. Louis City I-44 construction. Click here for more information St. Louis City Construction – 2018-2019. Click here for more information UnitedHealthcare – Virtual Visit Info

Research News

Research News – April 2018

PERCSS – RCR Ethics Workshop – Program for the Ethical and Responsible Conduct of Science and Scholarship, Friday, April 6th at 11:30 – Moore Auditorium. Click here for more information Necessary Elements in the Fundamentals of Human Research – This 2 1/2 day course provides an introduction to the conduct …

IT News

IT News – April 2018

Mark Your Calendar! Join us on April 12 (3:00 – 4:30) for the Spring 2018 Technology Town Hall. WashU IT leadership will provide updates on the technology that helps drive the strategic priorities of our university. Agenda topics will be announced soon. Available Exclusively Online. This event is open to …