Four students share how scholarship opportunities are shaping their goals and futures
Most parents and caregivers feel frightened and helpless when their teenagers and young adults start exhibiting early signs of psychosis. It’s why Daniel T. Mamah, MD, started the Washington Early Recognition Center, a free, outpatient clinic that opened in January 2020 and serves patients ages 13 to 25.
“We know, for instance, that the life expectancy difference between the top 1 percent of income earners and the bottom 1 percent of income earners is 15 years for men and 10 years for women. We’re not going to solve for health equity with just medical care alone.”
The full-ride scholarships are available to undergraduates starting in the fall 2022 semester and would cover 100% of tuition and fees.
On May 19, 2022, as a fourth year medical student, Alanna Williams, received the United States Public Health Service Award for her outstanding work in the St. Louis community. Due to COVID-19, the award was presented via Zoom. Please see below for a video recording of the award presentation.
Children’s Place will be renamed after the Nash family and be called Nash Way.
Siteman Cancer Center at Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital recently announced the appointment of Vetta Sanders Thompson, PhD, as its inaugural associate director of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We are saddened and angered by the recent violence fueled by white supremacy and racism in Buffalo, Laguna Woods, and Dallas. We honor those who lost their lives. We grieve with those who lost loved ones and all who are impacted by the trauma of these events.
Dr. Will Ross reviews Candace O’Connor’s history of Homer G. Phillips Hospital.
Homer Erwin Nash, Jr, MD, a celebrated pediatrician who served at Homer G. Phillips Hospital before starting his own practice, has passed away, his family announced.