Washington University researchers and international partners go to great lengths to help solve some of the world’s most pervasive health challenges.
Medical school Professor Gary Weil, MD, leads a large global network of researchers and organizations in the Death to Onchocerciasis and Lymphatic Filariasis (DOLF) Project, which is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Infectious disease expert William Powderly, MD, discusses the need for a sustained investment in a public health infrastructure, not only in the United States but across the world.
William Powderly, MD, wants the Global Health Center to build on research in human nutrition, another Washington University strength.
When it comes to engagement, William Powderly, MD, is encouraged by what he calls “the keen student interest … in addressing global health challenges.”
Five founding institutions teamed with the city of St. Louis to create the Cortex Innovation Community in midtown St. Louis. The innovative life sciences and technology hub is leading the way toward a renewed economy.
Also known as Forest Park Southeast, the lively Grove neighborhood is located just south of the Washington University Medical Center.
Think of an iconic arts and culture organization in St. Louis, and chances are Washington University alumni are there, helping these beloved institutions enrich the community.
For more than 40 years, the Brown School and the Family Resource Center have been working together to give abused children hope and a better life.
A look at the impact the 40-plus-year partnership between the Brown School and the Family Resource Center has had on the community.