The Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences, which is a part of The Graduate School at Washington University in St. Louis, offers exceptional doctoral training at one of the nation’s preeminent biomedical research centers.
As one of the largest research institutions in the country, we are committed to providing a graduate school experience filled with knowledge, discoveries and intellectual inquiry
The Division of Immunobiology is one of four units within the Department of Pathology & Immunology, and is committed to cutting-edge, leading research in basic immunology.
The Division is dedicated to delivering excellence in teaching, clinical care and research.
Activities within the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases include the delivery of cutting-edge patient care, biomedical and clinical research in childhood infections and microbial pathogenesis, and teaching of fellows, residents and students.
The Center for Women’s Infectious Disease Research (cWIDR, pronounced “see-wider”) is investigating common, but often overlooked infections that differentially affect women and man by building a new, innovative field at the intersection of women’s health, microbiology, immunology and infectious diseases.
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The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion directly supports the School of Medicine’s commitment to creating an environment that is diverse, inclusive and nurturing of people from all backgrounds.
The goal of this interactive training is to provide participants with a basic awareness of cultural diversity as well as how culture influences the workplace, campus and clinical care environment at Washington University School of Medicine.
OUTmed is a Department of Medicine sponsored organization that advocates for the LGBTQIA+ community. Membership is comprised of faculty, trainees, residents, students, staff and allies.
Health & Wellness
A central hub for all WUSTL wellness, family support, mental & emotional health and employee assistance program.
The GME Wellness Program aims to improve resident and fellow well-being. We develop individual and organizational strategies to improve trainee health, reduce stress and burnout, and enhance the joy and meaning in their work.
Postdocs are supported through the WUSTL Wellness Initiatives.
Resources range from one-on-one counseling, psychiatry services, mindfulness programs, webinars, tools and app’s. Find the care you need. You are not alone – reach out for help and care when you need it.
Wellness Connection programs are designed to help employees thrive at work and outside of work.
On campus and discounted gym membership and group fitness information.
(Confidential and no-cost): How to navigate UnitedHealthcare tools and resources; Connecting with WashU wellness programs and other UnitedHealthcare programs and services; Finding a WUdirect designated physician
Hot topics, important numbers, and the most up to date guidelines concerning COVID-19.
During the pandemic, we continue to provide real-time support for every aspect of employees’ lives – from physical and mental health to family care to flexible work arrangements –we want you to take time to take care.
The guides and tool below include health plan details and rates, as well as an overview of the Washington University benefits available to you and your family.
Washington University’s faculty and staff strive to enhance the lives and livelihoods of students, the people of the greater St. Louis community, the country and the world. In order to continue this tradition and strengthen our culture, it’s incumbent upon us all to speak up.
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To be an advocate for postdoctoral researchers and postdoctoral issues, to create and provide training and career development opportunities for postdoctoral researchers, to be a central resource for information regarding postdoctoral training and to assist in the development of a diverse community of postdoctoral researchers.
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Washington University School of Medicine’s faculty and staff are working at the cutting edge of biomedical innovation. They conduct research and provide treatment that, in some cases, is available nowhere else in the world, all while educating the next generation of leaders in the biomedical field.
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If you have questions about the ANSP or our Security Escort Rides Program, including
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Personal Safety Escorts, Access Control and ID Badges, Lost and Found, and Parking are just some of the safety services provided.