Research from the lab of Rajan Chakrabarty at the McKelvey School of Engineering connects environmental injustice to the spread of COVID-19 in communities with high minority populations.
Medical imaging scientist Samuel Achilefu and child psychiatrist Joan L. Luby, MD, both of Washington University School of Medicine, have been elected to the National Academy of Medicine, one of the highest honors in health and medicine.
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine have discovered that an FDA-approved drug acts on support cells in the central nervous system to encourage sensory neurons to regrow after injury.
When teenage Dungeon Master Tilly Evans dies in a car wreck, her sister must commence a mythic quest of her own. So begins “She Kills Monsters,” a bittersweet coming-of-age story filled with demon queens, secret tomes and ragtag adventurers battling for lost souls.
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine have identified circuitry in the brain that appears to link pain to negative emotional states. The findings, published in Nature Neuroscience, could lead to new treatments.
Grades. Co-curricular activities. Personal essays and videos. These are some of the factors that admissions officers are now evaluating as they build the Class of 2026. No longer on that list: family income. Here, Ronné Turner, vice provost for admissions and financial aid, discusses how the new need-blind policy and other changes will impact the admissions process.
Research from Olin Business School indicates that people often make similar decisions based on shared perspectives and reasoning. Consideration of perspectives can help marketers better coordinate efforts with employees and consumers.
Mary McKay, the Neidorff Family and Centene Corporation Dean of the Brown School, has been appointed vice provost of interdisciplinary initiatives in the Office of the Provost.
In an effort to further support student mental health, Washington University is introducing TimelyCare, a service of TimelyMD, a leading telehealth company specializing in higher education.
A review including new data analysis, published Oct. 14 in Science, exposes the harm mass incarceration has on families and advocates for family-friendly criminal justice interventions.
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