Laboratory and Genomic Medicine

Division Chiefs: Charles S. Eby, MD and Thaddeus S. Stappenbeck MD, PhD

The Division of Laboratory and Genomic Medicine at Washington University is home to 17 research laboratories that work in broad areas of basic, clinical and translational research.

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Research

Research areas include immune system development and function; pathogenesis of neurodegenerative disorders; host-microbe interactions; genetic testing for inherited disorders; bio-informatics and medical informatics; laboratory diagnostics of endocrinology and reproductive physiology; and genomics in cancer research.

For more information about research interests, visit the LGM faculty pages.


Training

The division offers a competitive, three-year residency that integrates clinical training with basic or applied research experience, and clinical fellowships in transfusion medicine, clinical chemistry, clinical microbiology and molecular pathology. Find out more »


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