The Habif Health and Wellness Center created Washington University’s first recovery group to provide a space for students recovering from substance abuse and other addictions.
Dr. Cheri LeBlanc, director of the Habif Health and Wellness Center, said she has seen a considerable increase in Wash. U. flu cases this year.
Student Health Services launched a new web-based treatment this fall called Therapist Assisted Online that aims to help alleviate any anxiety, depression or stress that students may feel.
The National Institute of Health has awarded the School of Medicine a $46 million grant to support translational science research—which aims to “translate” findings in fundamental research into medical practice and meaningful health outcomes.
Washington University participated in National Alcohol Screening Day, an initiative that provides outreach, education and screening to raise awareness about harmful drinking behaviors, April 6.
In response to a high volume of missed mental health appointments at Student Health Services, the Health and Wellness Committee has launched a campaign to reduce the number of missed appointments.
A Doctors Without Borders chapter at Washington University, started by senior Amrita Ramesh, will be among the first five chapters to begin on university campuses across the United States.
The mental health subcommittee of Student Health Services’ Health and Wellness Committee is launching a new location as part of its “Let’s Talk” program, an initiative designed to provide Washington University students with easy, free consultations with professional counselors.
The National Cancer Institute awarded a $10.4 million grant to a team of Washington University researchers and physicians currently working to develop novel methods of treatment for pancreatic cancer.
This month, Washington University announced Dr. David H. Perlmutter as the new dean of the medical school, taking over for Dr. Larry Shapiro on December 1.