Read about the latest project updates from these community-academic partnerships.
Read about the Nov. 15 special event outlining the latest Local to Global Health partnership that is bringing home visits to pregnant women iin STL and Nigeria, who are at high risk of heart disease.
Read about and watch video clips from the Public Health at WashU Annual Conference 2023!
Program alumni and university supporters recently gathered at Delmar DivINe to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Community Research Fellows Training Program (CRFT). It is a 17-week public health research training course that equips community members with the tools and resources to examine and address regional health disparities. Since 2013, 193 CRFT alumni across seven […]
The 2024 Summer Research Program application period is open!
The Community Advisory Board at the Institute for Public Health and the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences is welcoming three new members and saying goodbye to a longstanding contributor.
Several community-academic projects have been awarded funding by the Center for Community Health Partnership and Research.
Read about the latest policy brief published by the Center for Advancing Health Services, Policy and Economics Research.
Center for Aging co-Director, Nancy Morrow-Howell is quoted in a story about the Golden Bachelor, the new series that looks at love as we age.
Can your Fitbit hurt you? A new study by Public Health Faculty Scholar & Assoc. Professor of Surgery, Yin Cao, shows the average adult spend more hours sitting down than is healthy.
According to a tracking system developed by his lab, the Kahn Professor of Public Health, Matthew Kreuter, PhD, found that nearly 1M calls were made to the 211 helpline for emergency & other assistance in August, a 220% increase over July.
Byron Powell, PhD, is named co-director of the Institute’s Center for Dissemination & Implementation.
You don’t want to miss out on the conversation on race and equity at the next Collaborative Cafe Series presented by the Center for Community Health Partnership and Research.
There is a movement to reframe aging and help us see getting older in a different way. Read about the effort in which our Harvey A. Friedman Center is involved.
Meet Asst. Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at WashU’s School of Medicine, Lindsey Filiatreau, PhD, MPH. She’s in the center collaborator dissemination & implementation SPOTLIGHT!
Join the Provost’s office, the Here and Next Initiative and the Institute for Public Health for the 16th Annual Public Health at WashU Conference, Sept. 23-24!
The Institute for Public Health conducted a city-funded assessment of the Cure Violence St. Louis effort and found that the program had a positive effect in the Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood in N. STL.
Learn about how to submit a poster abstract or become an exhibitor at the Public Health at WashU Annual Conference 2023!
A unique community-academic partnership between WashU & Parents As Teachers organization is making an impact on families in the St. Louis region.
Submit a project idea focused on racial equity by Sept. 24 for a chance to present at the next Pitch Partners event!
Read about one Global Health Center collaborators efforts to insure long-term HIV care in Zambia.
Read more about the collaborative symposium on Antimicrobial Stewardship’s role in health care and infectious disease prevention. It was recently hosted by the Center for D&I at the Institute for Public Health and WashU’s Division of Infectious Diseases.
The Summer Research Program is presented through the generous support of organizations & individuals who help students from across the U.S. & Ireland attend the eight-week summer intensive. Read more about the 2023 program sponsors.
Written by Kim Furlow, communications manager for the Institute for Public Health The 2023 Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program has come to a close with students engaging in three tracks of collaborative study: Public and Global Health (10 students), Aging and Neurological Diseases (12 students) and the program’s newest track in cardiovascular disease […]
Adolphus Busch Prof. of Medicine/chair of the DOM, Victoria J. Fraser, an Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar, & other talented ladies at WU School of Medicine are featured in Outlook Magazine concerning how gender roles in the School of Medicine have changed.
Get ready for the 2023 D&I Proposal Development Bootcamp. Submit your proposal by Sept. 13th!
Learn more about a toolkit training day in Mexico where service organization, Save the Children-Mexico learn how to assess disclosure of Gender-Based Violence.
Four research projects have received pilot funding from the Center for Dissemination & Implementation.
Karen Joynt Maddox, co-director of the Center for Advancing Public Health Policy, Economics & Research weighs in on fee-for-service payment models vs. paying physicians/clinicians on a value-based payment method.
Apply now through July 20 to join the Global Health Student Advisory Committee!
The Larry J. Shapiro Director of the Institute for Public Health, William Powderly, MD, was national lead investigator of a clinical trial involving patients with severe COVID who were administered two anti-inflammatory drugs. Read more about the study’s findings.
The Center for Advancing Health Services, Policy & Economics Research has a new manager.
Cory Bradley, PhD, MSW, MPH wraps up his final year as a postdoc. Read about how he uses implementation science as tool for “justice making.”
Learn more about the D&I Introductory Workshop at WashU!
The Larry J. Shapiro Director of the Institute for Public Health, William G. Powderly, MD, will receive a prestigious university award this year. Read more about it.
Read more about the latest call for grant proposals from the Center for Human Rights, Gender & Migration!
Read about what students from across the country will learn at the 2023 Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program kicking off in June.
Meet Mitrah Naseh, PhD, in the June 2023 Global Health Collaborator SPOTLIGHT!
Co-Director of the Global Health Center, Mark Huffman and a group of WUSTL researchers are collaborating to help lower the large rate of cardiovascular disease in Nigeria. Read how.
2023 dual master’s degree awardee, Zoe Miller discusses her work with the Public Health Data & Training Center and the Life Outside of Violence Program.
The Center for Community Health Partnership & Research has awarded ten scholarships to individuals employed by local nonprofit and governmental organizations. The funding will enable staff to attend week-long professional development courses offered through the Brown School Summer Institute at Washington University in St. Louis. The scholarships support intensive learning for five consecutive days. Attendees can build new skills […]
The Center for Dissemination and Implementation is offering a new funding mechanism for post-docs and faculty investigators. Read more!
Read a summary of the 2023 Friedman Lecture & Awards held this spring.
The Center for Community Health Partnership & Research has funded two community-academic partnerships through two funding programs. Find out which partnerships were awarded.
Read more about Anubha Agarwal, MD, our April Global Health Center collaborator in the Spotlight!
The Institute for Public Health has awarded pilot funding to two projects working to end Opioid Use Disorder.
The Institute for Public Health continues to evolve with the addition of a few leadership positions at three of its centers.
The Institute for Public Health names a new center replacing its previous Center for Health Economics & Policy.
An article published in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice walks us through the Life Outside of Violence Program methods and preliminary outcomes.
April 3 is the deadline to apply for the third cohort of the HIV, Infectious Diseases & Global Health Implementation Research Institute!