Adam Regelmann has conducted academic research in fields such as chemistry, microbiology and molecular immunology since the time he was in high school.
The WUSTL faculty members are among 401 new fellows acknowledged in the November 28th issue of Science magazine.
The laboratory’s research has focused on two major global health problems: obesity in Western societies and childhood malnutrition in developing countries.
Gregory M. Polites, MD, associate professor of emergency medicine, is being honored for his skill and dedication in medical student education. Polites earned his bachelor’s degree from Washington University in 1988, then completed his medical degree at the University of Illinois in 1996. After two-years of postgraduate training in diagnostic radiology at Saint Louis University, […]
The Global MedPrep Scholars Program allows students to spend the fall semester of their sophmore, junior, or senior year in Shanghai, China’s largest city.
HIV assessments were performed at each of the communities in this cohort as a part of the Ethiopian Neurologic AIDS Research Consortium.
David Clifford, MD is the Global Health Scholars Country Coordinator for Ethiopia.
Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD, has won the 2014 Dickson Prize in Medicine, awarded annually by the University of Pittsburgh.
Gordon’s research first established a link between obesity and the trillions of friendly microbes that live in the intestine.
Gordon is known widely for his pioneering studies demonstrating how the tens of trillions of microbes that live in the gut influence human health.