Nash Way well-deserved tribute for Dr. Homer Nash, family

More than 200,000 children nationwide lost a parent or caregiver to COVID-19. This St. Louis nonprofit is helping kids process their grief

Sarafinovska awarded Autism Science Foundation Fellowship

The St. Louis American Foundation Honors Outstanding Health Professionals

Wash U study aims to find out how divorce affects young children

Risk of schizophrenia assessed with new screening tool

Washington U. and St. Louis Children’s Hospital receive $15 million gift to transform mental health care for kids

Researchers use a unique approach to help unlock the mystery of autism

St. Louis Children’s Hospital & Washington University School of Medicine to Develop a New Care Model to Improve Behavioral Health of Children Thanks to the Hermann Family

Promoting resilience in health-care workers aim of new grant

Expert tips for reducing your child’s screen time

WashU part of $65 million NIH study of schizophrenia in young people

Op-Ed: One huge cost of letting the expanded child tax credit die? Harm to developing brains

Tips to help parents, kids transition back to online learning

Jake’s mice: Searching for answers to the puzzle of autism

Prenatal, early-life influences on child brain development focus of new study

New study examines effects of divorce on children as separation rates rise amid COVID-19 pandemic

Antidepressant may prevent severe COVID-19, follow-up study indicates

Cheap, generic anti-depressant may reduce severe Covid-19 disease, study finds

Podcast: Remaining resilient while the pandemic drags on

Dr. Neha Navsaria discusses on this episode of ‘Show Me the Science’ how children and adults remain resilient despite the isolation and stresses of the pandemic.

Lenze’s EleVATE to receive Generate Health’s Standing Up for Black Mothers and Babies Award

The Cannabis Question: A PBS NOVA Investigation

As state-legalized cannabis spreads, NOVA investigates the latest scientific evidence for its potential benefits and risks, and how criminalization has disproportionately harmed communities of color.  Dr. Cynthia Rogers’ prenatal cannabis study is showcased starting at the 30 minute mark in the video.
NOVA | The Cannabis Question | Season 48 | Episode 11 | PBS

Achilefu, Luby elected to National Academy of Medicine

Rogers, Spiegel named to Academy of Educators Honor Roll

Cynthia Rogers and Eric Spiegel have been named to the Academy of Educators’ Honor Roll, an award which recognizes faculty who have made outstanding contributions to education at the School of Medicine in the domains of advising and mentorship, direct teaching, curricular and instructional design, assessment, educational scholarship, or educational leadership. The Academy of Educators at Washington University School of Medicine is an institutional collaboration of educators who together foster a culture of educational excellence and an institutionally valued community of leaders in health science education. They are a service-based Academy with a selective membership process held every spring. The Academy sponsors several faculty development programs for educators, runs a small grants program to support educational scholarship, provides advocacy for education in the promotions process, and organizes events and programs which support educators. Membership is open faculty from all disciplines from the Washington University School of Medicine.

Preventing abuse by integrating sexual health into your practice

Dr. Daniel Mamah named Excellence in Mental Health Awardee

Dr. Mamah announced the 2021 recipient of the Dr. John M. Anderson Excellence in Mental Health Award

The St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund honors a mental healthcare professional each year who has made significant contributions in the field of behavioral health.

Podcast: Pandemic contributing to uptick of mental health problems in kids

Fluvoxamine: Finding a possible early treatment for COVID-19 in a 40-year old antidepressant

What to Do if a Young Child Expresses Dark Thoughts

Fluvoxamine may prevent serious illness in COVID-19 patients

Schizophrenia, other psychotic disorders focus of new clinic for teens, young adults

Davis, Luby receive 2020 faculty achievement awards

Parenting during a pandemic

Psychological trauma is the next crisis for coronavirus health workers

Potential biomarker for autism identified in infants