Celebration signals ‘new era for medical science’
Grant to support research on neurodegenerative disorders
A grateful patient and his wife pledge support for research into immunotherapy as a cancer treatment. The outcomes their donation help to advance are beyond their expectations.
In memory of his sister, Linda, Joseph Rechter establishes an endowed fund for the Department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine to bolster innovative research into the causes and treatment of mental illness in young people.
Michele and Matt Herndon honor their late son, Mitchell, by building the support community he longed for while coping with an unknown neurodegenerative disorder.
Ruth Bebermeyer’s $1.3 million bequest honors sister and will advance drug discovery and treatment.
A generous $15 million commitment from Philip and Sima Needleman, longtime benefactors of Washington University in St. Louis, will enable WashU to leverage its expertise in biomedical discovery to boost drug development.
Generous commitment will match all gifts for first-of-its-kind prevention study
Community leaders provide more than $4 million in seed funding
Gift will support study of genomic approaches to lung cancer