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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

Like Zika, West Nile virus causes fetal brain damage, death in mice

Jonathan Miner, MD, PhD, affiliated faculty in the department, is the leading investigator of the study that shows viruses related...

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....

Burnham elected into the American Academy of Microbiology

Fellows are elected annually through a highly selective, peer-review process, based on their records of scientific achievement and original contributions...

American Society for Microbiology

Gordon receives Sanofi-Institut Pasteur Award

Scientist honored for role in founding, leading field of gut microbiome research

Washington University in St. Louis

Hartley receives 2017 Young Investigator award from Cancer Cytopathology journal

The Young Investigator Challenge is an effort to identify promising young academic cytopathologists in the field. The challenge consisted of a call...

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

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Medical students honor faculty, residents

Crouch received Course Master of the Year from the class of 2019; Virgin, Edelson received Distinguished Service Awards. Congratulations to...

Washington University in St. Louis

Gordon receives 2017 Horwitz Prize

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

Washington University School of Medicine