Faculty Feature

Mitchell Scott,  PhD
After 34 years, Dr. Mitchell Scott will be retiring in June and we would like to highlight some of his contributions to the LGM division and laboratory medicine.  A Washington University “lifer”...Read more

Advanced Training in Clinical Investigation

The Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) is accepting applications for programs providing advanced training in Clinical Investigation! Additionally, the CRTC is now offering a new concentration in Dissemination & Implementation Research (D&I).
Postdocs, Fellows, Faculty, Jr. Faculty, and Instructors are encouraged to apply for MTPCI and MSCI.

AAMC Grant Writers Coaching Group for NIH Awards

June 9-10, 2021, 
Apply Now Take advantage of this unique program that supports faculty that are underrepresented in medicine (URM) in improving critical writing skills to strengthen grant proposals. 

Welcome Our New Faculty!

Katherine Schwetye, MD, PhD Associate Professor in the Division of Neuropathology
Kimberly Sukhum, PhD Instructor in the Division of Laboratory and Genomic Medicine
Jackson Turner, PhD Instructor in the Division of Immunobiology

Upcoming Programs

LGM Grand Rounds

Presented by Vicky Fraser, MD
"Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity are Key Elements of Academic Success" 
May 13, 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Contact Chris Berry for Zoom Link

Grant Dos & Don'ts

Presented by Karen Dodson, MBA
Manager of Professional Development & Academic Publishing Services
Office of Faculty Affairs
May 25, 2021
3:00 - 4:00 pm via Zoom

Registration for Zoom link

Engaging Constructively in Conflict

Presented by Jessica Kuchta-Miller
June 8, 2021 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Registration for Zoom Link

Conflict is inevitable. While it is neither good nor bad in and of itself, how it is handled can impact the outcome. Engaging constructively in conflict means being willing to discuss issues openly and honestly, to take perspective and listen to understand. But, this is not easy to do. In this interactive workshop, participants will explore how conflict shows up at work and identify ways to respond effectively when it does.  

Pride Month

June 2021

Documentary Viewing: "Stonewall Forever" 

June 2, 2021 4-5 pm
Regstration for Zoom link

Stonewall Forever brings together queer activists, experienced and new, to look at the movement for LGBTQ equality before, during and after Stonewall. It highlights trans people, people of color and unhoused people who were at the forefront of the movement, and who have often been erased from the narrative. It explores how the activism of today stands on the shoulders of the activists who have come before. And it asks us all to recognize the legacy of Stonewall that remains today, when the struggle for queer rights is far from over.

Book Discussion:
"The Stonewall Reader"

New York Public Library, Edmund White

June 9, 2021 from 4:00 - 5:00 pm via Zoom

Registration for Zoom link
For the fiftieth anniversary in 2019: The Stonewall uprising, an anthology chronicling the tumultuous fight for LGBTQ rights in the 1960s and the activists who spearheaded it, with a foreword by Edmund White.

Two free copies are still available from the OFD. Contact janetbraun@wustl.edu to request it. First come, first serve!
Watch for our future announcements of weekly 
Pride Month activities.

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