For the first time in 100 years, Washington University is creating a new school division: the School of Public Health.
Washington University students will be able to access a variety of mental and medical health services from telehealth provider TimelyCare, starting in November
A new WUSM study uses statistical and behavioral models to show how early implementation of public health measures helped save lives.
Washington University’s vaccine clinic reopened on Friday, April. 16 with a new supply of Pfizer vaccines, after the CDC and FDA’s call to pause distribution of J&J vaccines caused it to shut down briefly
As 14 US colleges and universities have already implemented vaccine requirements for the fall 2021 semester, Washington University has yet to make a final decision
The Covid-19 vaccine rollout in Missouri has encountered a number of problems, including a lack of equity and wasted doses
After the CDC and FDA called for a pause in distribution of Johnson & Johnson vaccines, WU canceled today’s vaccine clinic. The Pfizer vaccine will be offered later in the week to those whose appointments were canceled.
WU students, as well as faculty, staff and their 18+ family members can now register to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on the WUSM campus.
As vaccination efforts accelerate throughout the country, vaccine distributors in the St. Louis region have faced a number of problems that have disrupted their ability to distribute the vaccine efficiently and equitably.
As vaccinations against the novel coronavirus have begun distribution and administration across the country, Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM) and BJC Healthcare have played a role in the incolutation process.
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