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
Amanda Boyd appointed to National Academies standing committee
Boyd, who is also an associate professor in the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, is one of seven new members on the National Academies for Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine committee.Read Story
Top research coverage of 2022
Many of the WSU studies that grabbed headlines last year had to do with human health, topped by the discovery of a potentially dangerous virus in Russian bats, a relative of the one that causes COVID‑19.Read Story
Interest grows in reward-based treatment for addiction
People who want to quit smoking or stop using other drugs and alcohol need a powerful tool. WSU researchers think contingency management could help.Read Story
WSU cancer disparities study receives $1 million in grants
Researchers will examine disparities in cancer screening, early detection, treatment, and prevention in rural, tribal, and Hispanic populations in the state.Read Story
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