Washington’s community-based medical school
Equipping students to become health care leaders of the future, ready to serve in communities where they are needed most.
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine seeks applicants with ties to Washington who want to leave a legacy of improving the health of Washington communities and, specifically, individuals who want to help solve problems in challenging health care environments within the state.
In the news
IREACH a partner in $4.5 million study of Wabanaki Nation health
WSU’s Institute for Research and Education to Advance Community Health and Wabanaki Public Health and Wellness have been awarded a four‑year center grant from the National Institutes of Health.Read Story
Parks named associate vice president of health sciences academic programs and policy
Craig Parks begins his new role Sept. 1. He joined the Office of the Provost in 2015 and has been serving as the vice provost for system innovation and policy since 2019.Read Story
Eye test could help screen children for autism
Measuring how the eyes’ pupils change in response to light could potentially be used to screen for autism in young children, according to a study conducted at Washington State University.Read Story
Gleason Institute awards neurodegenerative disease grants
Four research teams have received more than $160,000 in seed grant funding from the WSU Spokane Steve Gleason Institute for Neuroscience.Read Story
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