Public health at Washington University in St. Louis is continually in motion. Stay up to date on the latest public health news and developments.
Public Health Faculty Scholars Lindsay Stark, Ilana Seff & Byron Powell will use a National Institute of Mental Health grant to study a humanitarian program for young girls in Columbia who have been forcibly displaced from Venezuela.
The Department of Psychiatry and the Institute for Public Health recently collaborated to bring gun violence expert, Jillian Peterson to WashU for a special event on solutions for gun violence in St. Louis. Read more about it.
How do entrepreneurs stay profitable while giving back to our community? The Michael B. Kaufman Professor of Practice in Social Entrepreneurship and Public Health Faculty Scholar, Heather Cameron, PhD, explains.
Assoc. Professor of Medicine & Public Health Faculty Scholar, Jennie Kwon won a $3.6M grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to evaluate whether vaccines affect the transmission of flu and COVID-19 within households.
Aerosol scientist and Public Health Faculty Scholar, Rajan Chakrabarty, PhD, discusses the process behind his lab’s development of real-time air monitor, which can detect virus aerosols in a room within minutes.