Gratitude ceremonies give students and faculty members a chance to recognize the sacrifice of those who gave their bodies for medical research and education, and the loved ones they left behind.
Kari Allen, Amy Bauernfeind, Krikor Dikranian, Ahmad Jezzini, Ashley Morhardt, and Kristen Prufrock are honored for their innovations in medical education during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Neuroprep is a two-year, paid program for recent college graduates from groups currently under-represented in the profession to gain research skills in preparation for grad school.
Their dedication to teaching and innovations in the classroom are recognized by one of the highest honors at Washington University School of Medicine.
The WashU neuroscience community honors Dr. Snyder for his outstanding education efforts over the years as an instructor, course director and PhD program director.
“This is an occasion for gratitude, immense gratitude.”
Bauernfeind, an associate professor in the Department of Neuroscience, is the first to hold the position for the department.
Morhardt, assistant professor in the Department of Neuroscience, brings a passion for comparative neuroanatomy and public outreach to teaching medical students.
The Neuroscience Program of DBBS will be offering several online open house events in November to answer questions for prospective graduate students.
Refine your skills in science communication through this hands-on program sponsored by the Department of Neuroscience.