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University School of Medicine in St. Louis is the largest research
enterprise at the university and is a world-renowned center for
clinical, translational and basic science research initiatives aimed at
advancing human health around the globe.
Research at the School of Medicine is supported through:
- Grants and contracts to support faculty research efforts
- Private gifts and grants from alumni, individuals, foundations, corporations and other organizations
- Additional support provided to faculty investigators from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
- Research funding from the National Institutes of Health
University School of Medicine has a long-standing commitment to
education and research initiatives. The biotechnology revolution that
has transformed and continues to change the landscape of healthcare
began at the benches of university scientists and clinician-scientists.
spirit that drives these endeavors has enabled the university to
establish multidisciplinary, collaborative research initiatives, such as
BioMed 21, as well as thriving partnerships and collaborations with
other institutions, foundations and industry partners in an effort to
rapidly translate basic science discoveries into treatment options.
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 11:30 AM - 1:30 PMCentral Time
Washington University - St. LouisEric P. Newman Education CenterGreat Room B - First Floor660 South Euclid AvenueSt. Louis, Missouri 63110
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