- Center for Neuroimmunology and Neuroinfectious Diseases Symposium
- Global Health and Infectious Disease Conference 2013
- FPP Clinical Policies
- Grand Rounds
- Office of Extramural Research (NIH Updates)
- DOM Camera and Patient Interaction Policy
- DOM Camera Attachment BJH Policy
- Designated Lactation Areas
- Bone and Mineral Diseases
- Health Behavior
- Emergency Medicine
- General Med Sciences
- Geriatrics & Nutrition
- Hospital Medicine
- Infectious Diseases
- Medical Education
- The Genome Institute
Welcome To The Department of Medicine
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.
The Department of Medicine has a long and proud history of research and discovery in the basic, clinical and translational sciences. The research not only pursues the development of better drugs to treat diseases, but also delves into the DNA of these diseases and develops the means to attack them on a genetic level. Through our ICTS programs and the Washington University community, we are consistently bridging medicine from the bench to the bedside, and clinical research evaluations of new drugs and devices.
Update on WUSM/BJH Ebola Preparedness
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.