Ziyad Al-Aly, MD, Public Health Faculty Scholar and WashU epidemiologist, discusses recurring COVID infections and why long-term, sustainable solutions are needed.
Central Health Intelligence, helping patients and families make end-of-life decisions and co-founded by Randi Foraker, PhD, professor and Public Health Faculty Scholar, is the 100th WashU startup company that the Office of Technology Management helped launch.
If you’re not finding true love through online dating, it could help if you include a description of your sense of purpose in your dating profile, according to a study co-authored by Patrick Hill, PhD, professor of psychological and brain sciences and Public Health Faculty Scholar.
Can verbal slips, like what President Biden occasionally experiences, reveal cognitive disorders? Eric Lenze, MD, Head of the Department of Psychiatry at the School of Medicine, and Public Health Faculty Scholar explains.
“Long Covid in the U.S., in adults and in kids, is a serious problem,” says Ziyad Al-Aly, WashU epidemiologist and Public Health Faculty Scholar, in response to a recent published paper on the incidence of long Covid in children.