WashU will recognize graduates of all School of Medicine programs during a ceremony on the Danforth Campus, Friday, May 21, 7 – 8:30 p.m. A live stream will be available.
Last week, St. Louis City and St. Louis County announced the easing of some COVID-19 restrictions regarding capacity limitations and masking. Distancing and masking continue on the Medical Campus.
Following the CDC/FDA authorization, WashU Med is making the vaccine available to dependents of faculty, staff, trainees and students beginning with a clinic Friday, May 14, 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the BJC Institute of Health.
Pfizer vaccine ages 12 and up, City and county ease restrictions.
Outdoor masking, J&J vaccinations resume, Vaccine required for students, Open scheduling and walk-ins for vaccine, Podcast: The early research push.
Sean Whelan and Michael Diamond teamed up early in the pandamic to ramp up COVID-19 research while the rest of the world was shutting down.
A WashU Med study shows that even mild cases of COVID-19 increase the risk of death in the six months following diagnosis. Risk increases with disease severity.
Going forward, WashU Med faculty, staff and students may choose either the single-dose J&J vaccine or the two-dose Pfizer vaccine.
Vaccinated, nursing moms may pass protective antibodies to their babies for at least 80 days , suggests new research from WashU Med.
Pausing J&J vaccination, Hand-held temperature scans discontinued, Pediatrician urges vaccination for teens, WashU Med saliva test.