Pediatric clinic for Rett syndrome draws patients for multispecialty care, clinical trials (Links to an external site)

Pediatric clinic for Rett syndrome draws patients for multispecialty care, clinical trials
Families that have a child with Rett syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that almost exclusively affects females, often travel hundreds of miles to the Rett Spectrum Clinic in St. Louis — a collaboration between Washington University School of Medicine and St. Louis Children’s Hospital — for multispecialty care and access to innovative clinical trials.

Chrissy McIntosh announced as Department of Neurology’s Staff Employee of the Quarter

Chrissy McIntosh announced as Department of Neurology’s Staff Employee of the Quarter
The Department of Neurology congratulates Neurology Medical Student Education Coordinator Chrissy McIntosh for being awarded the first-ever Neurology Staff Employee of the Quarter for Q1 FY23. McIntosh was nominated by faculty and staff for her work in managing the extensive transition of the department’s clerkship program to the Medical School’s new Gateway curriculum. Those who […]

Testing Inclusivity and Innovation Benefits All (Links to an external site)

Testing Inclusivity and Innovation Benefits All
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in the spring of 2022, students and staff at schools that serve children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) were left stranded. These students and staff faced unique circumstances because they could not always follow the CDC guidance on masking, testing, and social distancing due to the nature of these […]