Erica Barnell, an MD/PhD candidate at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has been named to Forbes 30 Under 30 in the Healthcare category.
After losing a friend to suicide, Evin Jaff, a biomedical engineering major in the McKelvey School, developed a technology to help people in crisis.
On Oct. 4, over 100 students and mentors joined Sling Health STL in kicking off their 2019-20 cycle.
The first place team is developing a device to monitor outpatient drug treatment compliance.
Engineering professor recognized for revolutionary cardiac imaging technology.
The building will provide mid-range St. Louis startups with affordable, functional space to grow and thrive.
A 2019 CBRE Research Report ranks St. Louis among the top ten emerging life-sciences market clusters in the U.S.
Engineers and scientists can forge their own path as innovators and entrepreneurs.
Recent Washington University in St. Louis graduate Jeff Chininis won a Skandy Award for biomedical innovation the LIVO.