4 Neurology team members honored with 2023 Distinguished Service Teaching Awards

4 Neurology team members honored with 2023 Distinguished Service Teaching Awards
The Department of Neurology is proud to announce four members of our department have been honored with 2023 Distinguished Service Teaching Awards. Medical students present the Distinguished Service Teaching Awards to faculty and house staff in appreciation for exemplary service in medical student education. All selected teaching faculty and staff will be formally recognized by […]

Welcome to our 2023 residency matches!

Welcome to our 2023 residency matches!
Congratulations and welcome to our 2023-2024 residency intern class! We are so excited to welcome this diverse and fantastic group of trainees who are among the best of the best. The Adult Neurology cohort will begin PGY1 Preliminary Medicine year in July 2023 and PGY2 Neurology training in July 2024. The categorical Pediatric Neurology cohort […]

Butt, de Bruin and Keyrouz recipients of 2023 Dean’s Impact Awards

Butt, de Bruin and Keyrouz recipients of 2023 Dean’s Impact Awards
The Washington University Department of Neurology’s Omar Butt, MD, PhD, Gabriela de Bruin, MD, and Salah Keyrouz, MD, FAHA, were recipients of the 2023 Dean’s Impact Awards for their superior efforts in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. They demonstrated the highest level of professionalism and delivered exceptional results across the missions of the School […]

Discovery of T cells’ role in Alzheimer’s, related diseases, suggests new treatment strategy (Links to an external site)

Discovery of T cells’ role in Alzheimer’s, related diseases, suggests new treatment strategy
Nearly two dozen experimental therapies targeting the immune system are in clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease, a reflection of the growing recognition that immune processes play a key role in driving the brain damage that leads to confusion, memory loss and other debilitating symptoms. Many of the immunity-focused Alzheimer’s drugs under development are aimed at […]

ICTS Announces 2023-2024 CTRFP Awardees (Links to an external site)

ICTS Announces 2023-2024 CTRFP Awardees
Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) and The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital awards 28 investigators as part of the 16th annual Clinical and Translational Research Funding Program (CTRFP). The CTRFP is the largest internal grant funding program of the ICTS. Applicants are required to submit proposals for projects that promote the translation […]