After much thought and discussion regarding the precautions that Washington University is putting into place due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have decided to cancel this event in 2020.
We plan to reschedule this event in fall 2020 and hope that you will be able to join us then. To learn about future events, we encourage you to sign-up for our newsletter.
These precautions have been designed with input from the University’s COVID-19 response team, which includes leaders from across the university, including, importantly, infectious disease experts at the School of Medicine. Visit the WashU Information page to learn more.
Join the Institute for Public Health, St. Louis Area Violence Prevention Commission and the Youth Violence Prevention Partnership in celebrating the 5th Anniversary of the Gun Violence Initiative (GVI) and its community-academic partnerships. Together we are working to reduce the impact of gun violence in St. Louis.
The Gun Violence Initiative addresses one of our greatest public health challenges: death and injury as a result of gun violence.
Theodore Corbin, MD, MPP, FACEP
Ted Corbin is a professor and vice chair of research in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Drexel University College of Medicine. He also serves as the Medical Director of the Healing Hurt People Program, an emergency department based trauma-informed intervention strategy that identifies victims of intentional injury. Dr. Corbin’s research focuses broadly on addressing the trauma in the lives of victims of violence, especially boys and men of color for whom violence is a leading cause of disability and death.
Learn about Healing Hurt People:
Directions and Parking
The International Institute is located at 3401 Arsenal Street and is in close proximity to several bus stops.
For those driving, International Institute’s lot is located behind their building and is accessible from Louisiana Avenue (directions here). Additional parking is available on the street. Please observe street parking signs and be considerate of neighbors.
This event does not necessarily reflect the mission/opinion of the International Institute of St. Louis.
Event Sponsors: Gun Violence Initiative at Institute for Public Health, St. Louis Violence Prevention Commission and Youth Violence Prevention Partnership