- Kelle H. Moley, ICTS Co-Director, elected to Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences - One of the highest honors medical scientists in the United States can receive.Dr. Moley is the first member of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the second woman currently at Washington University to receive this honor. MORE »
- In It Together: Community & Academic Perspectives on Research - A hands-on community forum to discuss community and university perspectives on how health research can benefit Dellwood, Ferguson, and other areas - Wednesday, October 29, 5:30-8:30pm. MORE »
- Free Data Management/REDCap Online Training Course Begins October 27, 2014 - This course is available to anyone at no cost (regardless of location or institution affiliation) and will run approximately 5 weeks. We understand this is a busy time of year for most, so we have structured assignments and due dates to be relatively flexible. MORE »
Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine have helped identify many of the biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease that could potentially predict which patients will develop the disorder later in life. "We wanted to see if one marker was better than the other in predicting which of our participants would get cognitive impairment and when they would get it," said Catherine Roe, PhD, research assistant professor of neurology. Read more WUSTL Newsroom.