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New Technique May Lead to Safer Stem Cell Transplants

New Technique May Lead to Safer Stem Cell Transplants For hard-to-treat leukemias, lymphomas and other blood cancers, stem cell transplantation is the gold standard of care. The procedure involves replacing a patient’s own blood-forming stem cells with a donor’s stem cells and, in the process, eradicating cancer cells in the

Antidepressant May Prevent Severe COVID-19, Follow-up Study Indicates

Antidepressant May Prevent Severe COVID-19, Follow-up Study Indicates In the largest study yet to evaluate a common, low-cost antidepressant as a treatment for COVID-19, researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and from Canada and Brazil have found that the drug fluvoxamine prevents some of the most

Graduate School of the Stowers Institute Receives Accreditation

Graduate School of the Stowers Institute Receives Accreditation The Graduate School of the Stowers Institute for Medical Research announced today that it has received institutional accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission, an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Read more...

October 2021

Dr. Joyce Balls-Berry Dr. Joyce Balls-Berry is an Associate Professor of Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine and Core Leader for the newly established Health Disparities and Equity Core in the Knight ADRC (Center Director John Morris, MD). Her primary research focuses on applying community and

October 2021

Kelly Fischer, Chief People Officer at Benson Hill This month’s WISER Woman is Kelly Fischer. Kelly is the Chief People Officer at Benson Hill. She is a seasoned human resources professional with a breadth of experience in talent strategy, project leadership, change management, and communications. Not only

Cancer Moonshot Grant Funds Research Into Reducing Health Disparities

Cancer Moonshot Grant Funds Research Into Reducing Health Disparities Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has received a $17 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to address disparities in cancer research, treatment and outcomes in underrepresented populations. The research, funded through the National Cancer Institute’s

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