William R. Gowers (1845-1915) died 101 years ago. I was first introduced to Gowers by an American Academy of Neurology fellow who requested many editions of his Manual of diseases of the nervous system. I continue to be amazed that he could capture so much of neurological signs and symptoms in line drawings.
According to the Scopus database, authors from WUSM published approximately 2,300 peer-reviewed journal articles in 2015. The top five journals were PLoS ONE, PNAS, the Journal of Biological Chemistry, the Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, and the Journal of Immunology.
Dr. Moon joined the faculty at Washington University School of Medicine in 1998 and was promoted to Professor of Surgery in 2005. In 2014 he was honored as the John M. Shoenberg Chair in Cardiothoracic Disease.
Some of the most fascinating objects in the CID-Max A. Goldstein Collection in Speech and Hearing are works that contain examples of early modern manual alphabets. One of the most significant of these is Juan Pablo Bonet’s Reduction de las letras, y arte para enseñar a ablar los mudos (Simplification of the Letters of the [Read more]
The new guide to the Park J. White Papers at the Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University School of Medicine
Park Jerauld White was born to Sophia Banker White and Park Jerauld White in Green Ridge, Staten Island on December 31, 1891. He entered Harvard College in 1909, after attending Staten Island Academy (Harvard College Class of 1913; 1917).
During the 2015 fiscal year Bernard Becker Medical Library continued to provide a world-class collection of information resources and services to the Washington University Medical Center and St. Louis communities.
A scientist from Qiagen will be on campus to lead an Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) software training workshop on December 3rd.
Between holiday parties at work, family get-togethers, and celebrations with friends, the months of November, December, and January can be lots of fun. However, all those festivities can also present challenges.