This week’s episode covers how students are getting vaccinated on the Medical School campus and how the University is now deciding whether or not to require vaccination before the fall semester.
The Washington University School of Medicine plans to revamp its entire curriculum starting in the 2020-2021 academic year.
Washington University students returned from winter break to find many of their peers bedridden as this year’s flu season reared its ugly head.
Following a successful inaugural semester, the Beyond Boundaries program looks to continue providing students with new interdisciplinary opportunities while smoothing out some unforeseen hiccups.
The Washington University School of Medicine committed to donate $250,000 to Healthcare for Missouri, a campaign committee working to expand Medicaid to over 200,000 Missourians.
A new student group, World Without Genocide, hosted a panel discussing the ramifications of genocide, Nov. 13.
The Washington University School of Medicine recently purchased eight acres of property, including a large office building, in the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood at a total cost of $6.1 million.
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.
Stuart Sweet, vice president of the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) and a professor of pediatrics at the School of Medicine educated students on the current state of organ donations Tuesday evening.
The Washington University School of Medicine and Brown School of Social Work have come together in a joint effort to map out the different factors of human trafficking across St. Louis.
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