Siteman Cancer Center pushing for early screening for colorectal cancer (Links to an external site)
Faculty Scholar & gastroenterologist Jean Wang, MD, says lowering the recommended age for colorectal screening can save lives.
Center funds two new community-academic partnerships
The Center for Community Health Partnership & Research has awarded funding to two projects through its PDSS program. Read more about these community-academic partnerships!
Go Red: St. Louis women advised to take charge of heart health (Links to an external site)
Center for Community Health & Partnership co-Director, Angela Brown, MD, who leads WashU’s Hypertension Clinic weighs in on taking charge of your heart health & the Go Red Movement.
Thompson to study cancer patients, caregivers (Links to an external site)
Congratulations to Tess Thompson, PhD, MPH, research assistant professor and Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar for her 5-year grant from the National Cancer Institute to study unmet social needs of cancer patients and their caregivers.
Global Health Center co-directors, Faculty Scholars awarded Global Incubator Seed Grants
Institute for Public Health university partner, McDonnell International Scholars Academy along with the provost’s office have announced recipients of the 2022 Global Incubator Seed Grants in Public Health. Recipients include Victor Dávila-Román, MD and Mark Huffman, MD, co-directors of the Global Health Center at the Institute for Public Health.