William G. Powderly, MD hopes this study including nearly 2,000 patients in 95 hospitals across the US and Latin America will be helpful in revising guidelines for best practices in treating patients hospitalized with COVID-19, and in reducing mortality in severely ill patients.
William G. Powderly, at the School of Medicine, and Lori A. Setton, at the McKelvey School of Engineering, will receive the university’s 2023 faculty achievement awards, Chancellor Andrew D. Martin announced.
Dr. Kwon was promoted with tenure to associate professor of medicine at the School of Medicine. Dr. Fields was granted tenure as associate professor of pediatrics at the School of Medicine. Congratulations from the CRTC!
Award winners include: Mentor of the Year to Patty Cavazos-Rehg, PhD. Course Instructors of the Year: Jessica Mozersky, PhD and Brian Gage, MD, MSc. Outstanding Citizenship Awards to: James Krings, MD, James Rudloff, MD and Samuel Cortez, MD. Thank you for your dedication to always strive for excellence in clinical research education!
KL2 alum, Brendan Lucey, MD is the senior author of a recent small, proof-of-concept study published in the Annals of Neurology (April 20). Lucey and a team of researchers at Washington University School of Medicine found that two doses of an FDA-approved sleeping pill reduced levels of Alzheimer’s proteins. The study hints at the potential […]
The School of Medicine’s Cynthia Rogers, MD, and co-investigator Christopher Smyser, MD, have received a MERIT award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support their research focused on preterm babies’ brains as the children age. Dr. Rogers is a MPTCI, KL2, and DDFRCS alum. Dr. Smyser is also an MTPCI alum. Congratulations doctors!
The CRTC proudly congratulates all of the Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI) and TL1 Program 2023 graduates! Well done!
KL2 alum, Brendan Lucey, MD and associate professor of neurology and director of Washington University’s Sleep Medicine Center, sat down with St. Louis Magazine to discuss obstructive sleep apnea. Although snoring might sound innocent enough, Lucey discusses how loud snoring and sleep apnea carry a range of serious health risks and how to address those.
Jennie H. Kwon, DO, an assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has been named head of the Society of Healthcare Epidemiologists of America (SHEA) Research Committee. […]
Peter Kang, MD, MSCI, came to Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis for his neurology residency in 2012 and felt like he’d found a home. So, he moved on to a fellowship in neurocritical care and joined the Department of Neurology’s faculty afterwards where he has spent his time caring for patients, teaching […]