The McDonnell International Scholars Academy seeks proposals for its second cycle of Global Incubator Seed Grants. The submission deadline is Aug. 15.
A community-based rehabilitation program may be an effective way to provide services to people with disabilities even in places with conflict such as Afghanistan, finds a new study from the Brown School and the School of Medicine at Washington University.
The single-year health burden associated with physical intimate partner violence in the South American country of Columbia was $90.6 million, finds a new study from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.
A network survey among agencies that address cancer risk in rural Missouri and Illinois, conducted by the Brown School and the School of Medicine’s Implementation Science Center for Cancer Control, was found to be useful in helping those practitioners identify gaps, plan for how to establish future relationships and strengthen collaboration.
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine played a key role in investigating the accuracy of many different types of COVID-19 diagnostic tests administered in real-life conditions.
At the end of high school, twins Akhil and Rohith Kesaraju were ready to go their own ways. Then they visited Washington University, and everything changed. Now, preparing to graduate, the Kesaraju twins have grown both apart and together on parallel paths of service and research.
Data scientists from Olin Business School have developed a powerful machine learning tool that can immediately take aim at the country’s decadeslong opioid epidemic.
Research led by the School of Medicine has demonstrated that analyzing synthetic data generated from real COVID-19 patients accurately replicates the results of the same analyses conducted on the real patient data. The school has been a national leader in deploying and evaluating technology for the production of synthetic data, which is key for data-sharing collaborations.
WashU infectious diseases doctors and engineers have worked with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and other cultural institutions on how to safely reopen and continue performances following the COVID-19 pandemic global shutdown in 2020.
Scanning the brains of newborns, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that maternal exposure to poverty and crime can influence the structure and function of young brains even before babies make their entrances into the world.