To address concerns about effective communication during teaching in certain non-clinical situations, WashU has developed guidelines for and evaluations of mask alternatives (PDF).
Washington University students on the Danforth and Medical campuses must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 for the fall academic term.
Please complete this brief (~10 minute) mandatory training module prior to coming back to campus for any reason.
Current third-year students whose rotating clerkships were stopped for eight weeks due to COVID-19 are getting a virtual boost before resuming hands-on training later this summer.
The School of Medicine celebrates the Class of 2020 in several virtual recognition ceremonies. Learn more details, and watch the videos.
On this Commencement day, the dean addresses faculty, staff, trainees, and — especially — the Class of 2020.
Commencement ceremonies for graduating students on the Medical Campus will be held virtually. The MD ceremony will begin at 3 p.m. Friday, May 15. Find out more about the MD ceremony and ceremonies for the other graduate programs.
Cyrus Ghaznavi, a second-year medical student and aspiring infectious disease physician, shares a personal account of what it’s like to be a medical student during the pandemic.
Washington University Continuing Medical Education is making courses available to support clinicians caring for patients with COVID-19. Faculty content development and topic suggestions are welcome.
Match Day 2020, set for Friday, March 20, 2020, was held as a virtual event, given the risk to our community. Senior medical students were invited to share their match results using the hashtag #WashUMed.
Program directors and trainees, visit the GME website for details about administrative policies, child care and wellness resources. Visit the Office of Education website for Dean Aagaard’s March 19 clarification about education directives.
The School of Medicine is temporarily suspending all external observer activities at WUSM until at least April 30, 2020.
Danforth and Medical Campus classes have shifted to online instruction. Beginning March 23, 2020, there will be no in-person courses taught in the classroom or any other setting until at least April 30, 2020.