Category: LGM

Testing For Insulin, C-Peptide and DHEAS To Be Performed at Barnes Jewish Hospital

Effective May 1st, Insulin and C-peptide and Dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS) (effective May 1st) will no longer be sent to Mayo...

How highly contagious norovirus infection gets its start

Virus infects rare intestinal cells in mice; findings point to therapeutic strategy

Washington University in St. Louis

Antibiotic use increases risk of severe viral disease in mice

Senior author Michael Diamond, MD, PhD reports that killing gut bacteria with drugs weakens the immune response

Washington University in St. Louis

Management of Rare Overgrowth Conditions Requires Informed Patients and the Right Test

Advancements in genetic testing are promising, and for rare diseases, patient education, coupled with the right laboratory test, are keys...

Media Planet

Burnham and Dantas Receive Distinguished Educator Awards

Faculty members nominate peers to recognize their colleagues’ wide-ranging achievements, talents and dedication.

Washington University School of Medicine

NCI director talks immunotherapy, cancer research on Med Campus

Pledges commitment to basic science research

Washington University School of Medicine

Brickner selected as Olin Medical Science fellow

The Olin Fellowships recognize superior accomplishments in biomedical research by doctoral students at Washington University. Josh Brickner, from the laboratory...

Klein and Qavi receive LEAP Inventor Challenge awards

Two projects from Pathology & Immunology were selected this year to receive funding though the Leadership in Entrepreneurial Acceleration Program...

Burnham recognized by two medical societies

Honored for expertise in infectious diseases, microbiology

Washington University School of Medicine

Heusel discusses the importance of keeping up clinical pathology expertise in CAPcast interview

The College of American Pathologists’ CAPcasts feature interviews with leading pathologists on current issues impacting pathology and laboratory medicine. Dr....