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Welcome to the Department of Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis. For over a century, Washington University's Department of Medicine has maintained a proud tradition of excellence. Its three-part mission of Research, Teaching, and Patient Care has formed an important core which ultimately brings the latest in medical technology and doctors of the highest standard to the patients in our hospitals and clinics.
Female faculty and post-docs are invited to join in a unique program that will provide insight into the WUSTL invention and commercialization process, as well as share resources seminal to inventing and translating research. Participants will engage with faculty entrepreneurs and other individuals who are involved at various stages of the commercialization process.
Update on BJH/WUSM preparedness October 16, 2014
Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University leadership want to ensure that we keep you updated on the plan for any patients with known or suspected Ebola. We currently have no cases of known or suspected Ebola at BJH. In an effort to keep you updated, we would like to answer some of the most common questions we have heard around the medical center over the past few days.
Dr. Linda Petersen and Dr. Robert Kleiger were recently honored by Academic Women's Network at Washington University. Petersen, a cardiologist in the Departments of Medicine and Radiology was awarded the Mentoring Award. Kleiger, a cardiologist in the Department of Medicine was honored with the Pillar of Support Award.
By Julia Evangelou Strait
Mario Castro, MD, has been named the Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Professor of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He is a noted authority on asthma and other respiratory diseases.
Castro was installed as the Wolff Professor of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine by Washington University Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and Larry J. Shapiro, MD, executive vice chancellor for medical affairs and dean of the School of Medicine.