Zach Eisner, a junior in biomedical engineering in the McKelvey School, spent the past summer in Sierra Leone helping to expand emergency medical services (EMS) there. His organization, LFR International, works to provide basic trauma care around the globe. Eisner founded LFR International in 2018 with fellow WashU alumnus, Peter Delaney. Prior to that, he […]
Help for those who need it most: Fighting global childhood malnutrition
UNICEF estimates that some 16 million children under the age of five suffer from severe acute malnutrition. It is the largest contributor to child mortality in the world. To better serve in his capacity treating and studying global malnutrition, Washington University alum Zach Linneman completed the post-baccalaureate premedical program in University College at Washington University […]
Ebola medical team develops guidelines for treating infected children
Protocol aims to improve young patients’ chances of survival during future Ebola outbreaks.
Project Peanut Butter
RUTF is an energy-dense, peanut butter like paste, but it is more than just peanut butter.