A team of researchers at Washington University is developing devices to detect the virus that causes COVID-19 in the air.
Scientists at Washington University found in a study that a new, more involved approach is needed to get women who need help with basic resources to undergo screenings for cervical cancer.
Five physician-scientists at the School of Medicine have been elected members of the American Society for Clinical Investigation in recognition of original, creative and independent investigations in the clinical or allied sciences of medicine.
More than 20 years after the launch of a landmark clinical trial led by the School of Medicine’s Michael A. Kass, MD, follow-up exams and analyses found that not all patients with elevated eye pressure need pressure-lowering treatment to prevent vision loss from glaucoma.
Anthony Odibo, MD, an internationally respected maternal-fetal medicine expert, has been named director of the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine & Ultrasound in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the School of Medicine.
Jeffrey Gordon, MD, has received the 2021 Kober Medal, one of the highest awards in academic medicine. Given by the Association of American Physicians, the honor recognizes Gordon’s extraordinary contributions to the field of gut microbiome research.
Scott Markowitz, MD, has been named inaugural vice chair for professional development and diversity, equity and inclusion in the Department of Anesthesiology at the School of Medicine.
With COVID-19 vaccination appointments now available through Washington University in St. Louis for all students, faculty, staff and their family members ages 18 and over, the university needs volunteers to help staff the vaccination clinic on the Medical Campus.
By studying our brain’s connectome, behavioral neuroscientist Damien Fair is drawing a new map of autism.
During the pandemic, Leana Wen had to sort through the confusion when politicians and pundits contradicted health experts.
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