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How Bullets Go Deep

With a focus on violence as a public health epidemic, Dr. Punch will discuss barriers and opportunities in reducing bullet...

TEDx

Best wishes, Class of 2019!

Gratitude, truth and perseverance: Washington University School of Medicine celebrates the Class of 2019.

A new center at Wash U. led by Adrienne Davis brings together the nation’s top race and ethnicity researchers

"The moral arc of the universe only bends toward justice because we lean on it," says Davis, the founding director...

St. Louis Magazine

City/county merger needs racial equity lens, Better Together must be more transparent and inclusive

As a member of Better Together’s City-County Governance Task Force, I concur with the general sentiment that our cause needs...

St. Louis American

The warrior within

Drake, an associate professor of surgery in the Division of Public Health Sciences, began researching prostate cancer as a doctoral...

Outlook Magazine

Med students launch ‘500 Women in Medicine’ initiative

A group of medical students at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has launched a new initiative aimed...

School of Medicine news release

Book explores cancer prevention among low-income women of color

The book examines ways in which cancer health disparities exist due to class and context inequities even in the most...

School of Medicine news release

Growing up transgender

The Washington University Transgender Center helps families navigate the complex world of gender identity

Outlook Magazine

St. Louis earns perfect score for protecting LGBTQ rights

Perfect scores are hard to come by, but St. Louis was one of two cities in Missouri to pick up...

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

How Medical Schools Try to Help Doctors Understand Patients in Poverty

Programs that address the health issues of poverty can help students become more empathetic doctors. Patients living in underserved communities...