Gordon receives Kober Medal

Gordon receives Kober Medal (Links to an external site)

Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD, has been awarded the George M. Kober Medal from the Association of American Physicians in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the field of gut microbiome research. Gordon, director of the Edison Family Center for Genome Sciences & Systems Biology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is considered to be […]
Faculty Member Profile Feature in AACC Clinical Chemistry

Faculty Member Profile Feature in AACC Clinical Chemistry

Ann Gronowski, PhD joins a growing list of pathologists from the Washington University School of Medicine to be featured in the latest issue of Clinical Chemistry, a journal produced by The American Academy for Clinical Chemistry. The story features an in-depth look at the span of Dr. Gronowski’s career as a pathologist, the challenges she […]
Zika virus helps destroy deadly brain cancer in mice

Zika virus helps destroy deadly brain cancer in mice (Links to an external site)

The Zika virus that ravaged the Americas, leaving many babies with permanent brain damage, may have a silver lining. The virus can activate immune cells to destroy an aggressive brain cancer in mice, giving a powerful boost to an immunotherapy drug and sparking long-lasting immunological memory that can ward off tumor recurrence for at least […]
Welcome New Residents & Fellows

Welcome New Residents & Fellows

The Department of Pathology & Immunology is excited to welcome our newest residents and fellows. For every graduating medical student, Match Day is the next step in their career to working as a doctor and we are thrilled that these residents and fellows have chosen our department to continue their training. Click here to meet […]