In his new role, Tolman will continue to advance Arts & Sciences research and commercialization.
Dr. Lenchow’s research is focused on the chikungunya virus.
Ling was recognized for her study of microbial ecosystems to improve water-supply safety and public health.
The new position will advance a culture of innovation across the university.
SentiAR’s first product, the CommandEP system, is an augmented reality software used in cardiac procedures.
WashU entrepreneurship professor Doug Villhard shares his tips for a successful startup.
He is recognized for developing technologies to improve cancer diagnosis, care.
Villhard grew Second Street at the same time he was working toward his EMBA at Olin.
have received Frontiers of Imaging grants from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to further their research on biomedical imaging.