Doximity, an online network for medical professionals, recently ranked WashU’s anesthesiology residency program among the top ten training programs in its specialty.
Dr. Mehta will partner with WUSM colleagues, BJH leadership and frontline clinicians to promote efficiency, safety and quality of patient care in the Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM) Gastroenterology Suite.
In his new role as Associate Director, he will partner with SICU Co-Directors and nursing leadership to ensure delivery of outstanding clinical care to our critically ill surgical patients.
In a recent study published in Nature Neuroscience, Dr. Ream Al-Hasani and colleagues have identified a new role for a GABA projection in reward processing which could lead to new treatments for addiction and depression.
Clinicians and researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have received a four-year, $6.2 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to launch a center designed to help improve mental health in surgery patients, particularly older surgery patients. The center will conduct studies to identify and treat depression and anxiety in surgical patients. This new center is the first NIH-funded center of its kind in the United States.