Medical students honor their teachers at ceremony (Links to an external site)

Several of those honored with 2017-18 Distinguished Service Teaching Awards celebrate at the awards ceremony Nov. 15 at the Eric P. Newman Education Center on the Medical Campus.

Washington University School of Medicine students recently honored faculty and residents with Distinguished Service Teaching Awards for the 2017-18 academic year. The awards, which were first given in 1991, reflect the students’ appreciation for dedication, patience and skill in training aspiring physicians.

Miller receives Essey award from neurological society (Links to an external site)

Timothy Miller, MD, PhD, the Clayson Professor of Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has received the 2018 Sheila Essey Award from the American Academy of Neurology. The award includes $50,000 to support his work on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Miller received the award April […]

Distinguished Faculty, Goldstein honors awarded (Links to an external site)

Lisa Moscoso, MD, PhD, associate dean for student affairs, shows her family the Samuel R. Goldstein Leadership Award in Medical Student Education that she received Feb. 15 at the Distinguished Faculty Awards ceremony on the Medical Campus. Shown are (from left) Moscoso's daughters Annalise and Lizzie Wagner; Moscoso; her son, John Harry Wagner; and her husband, Tom Wagner, PhD.

Several Washington University School of Medicine faculty members recently were honored with Distinguished Faculty Awards for their wide-ranging achievements, dedication and talent. The recipients were nominated by their peers to recognize achievements in clinical care, community service, research and teaching. They received the awards in a ceremony Feb. 15 at the Eric P. Newman Education Center on […]

Cirrito receives MetLife award for Alzheimer’s research

John Cirrito, PhD

Researcher is known for developing a way to measure levels of amyloid beta in brain John Cirrito, PhD, has been honored by the MetLife Foundation for his work measuring levels in the brain of amyloid beta, a protein linked to the neural degeneration of Alzheimer’s disease. John Cirrito, PhD, an associate professor of neurology at […]

Bateman receives MetLife Award for Alzheimer’s research

Physician-scientist is fifth School of Medicine winner Randall J. Bateman​, MD, the Charles F. and Joanne Knight Distinguished Professor of Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, received a MetLife Foundation Award for Medical Research on July 20 in Washington. Bateman and this year’s other honoree, German researcher Christian Haass, MD, have […]