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CureOne, Washington University Partner to Link NGS Data With Treatment Information

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Grant updates: July and August 2017

Multiple faculty and post-docs receive grants totaling nearly $8 million. Congratulations to all! Maxim Artyomov, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology...

Gordon receives 2017 Horwitz Prize

‘Father of microbiome’ honored for revealing importance of gut microbes in human health, disease.

Washington University School of Medicine

Pathology & Immunology United Way campaign kicks off 10/1

The Department of Pathology & Immunology United Way campaign will run from October 1st to October 31st. Faculty, staff and...

Employees encouraged to support the United Way campaign

Employees are encouraged to give their time and financial support to the annual United Way Campaign. Human Resources and the...

Washington University in St. Louis

Oltz appointed as vice-chair for faculty development

This new position in the department is exclusively devoted to faculty development. The focus of the Vice-Chair will be mentoring...

Gordon receives Massry Prize

Jeffrey Gordon, MD is one of three scientists in the country honored for revealing roles of microbes in human health...

Washington University School of Medicine

Grant updates: May and June 2017

Virgin and Fremont receive $3.5 million for their work on norovirus. An additional $570K is awarded to Amarasinghe and Ellebedy...

Protein-rich diet may help soothe inflamed gut

The study showing that mice fed tryptophan develop immune cells that foster a tolerant gut was a collaboration between Marco...

Washington University in St. Louis

Natural compound coupled with specific gut microbes may prevent severe flu

Thaddeus Stappenbeck, MD, PhD is the senior author on the study that revealed how gut microbes fight influenza in mice.

Washington University in St. Louis