Cover story: Next in the Sequence
The Genome Sequencing Center foments a second
genetic revolution by applying sequencing data to the understanding and
treatment of human disease.
New executive vice chancellor for medical affairs
and dean Larry J. Shapiro, MD, begins his “opportunity of a lifetime”
and shares his vision for the school’s future.
Learning at the Crossroads
The new Farrell Learning and Teaching Center breaks
ground—and barriers to learning—by providing students and
faculty with a dedicated teaching facility.
Look Who’s Talking
Cancer survivor Amy Hancock gains her voice—
and some notoriety—by becoming the first person to undergo laryngeal
reconstruction surgery in the United States.
Picture Page: WUSTL at 150
An event like this comes along once every century
and a half.