Liz is responsible for secretarial functions in the Medical Scientist Training Program. She also administers the MA/MD Program.
Anna oversees finance, administration and grants management for the Division.
Christy is operations manager for the MSTP.
Mary is responsible for scheduling applicant interviews.
Mary schedules for all programs including MSTP.
Patrice addresses applicant questions and supports admissions and works extensively with the DBBS summer undergrad research programs.
responsible for graduate student financial services inclusive of student
stipend & tuition. Also manages
accounting analysis, processing and financial reporting.
provides direct support with pre-award fellowship and grant applications,
assisting with the submission, managing and monitoring internal awards, and
Stacy oversees the activities of the Graduate Student Coordinators. Stacy monitors student academic progress, coordinates program administrative functions and handles the applicant interview processes for the Molecular Cell Biology program.
Linda is responsible for secretarial functions in the Medical Scientist Training Program.
Andrew directs the activities of the admissions, recruiting and alumni staff and oversees systems information technology for DBBS.
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Leslie is responsible for DBBS database development, information management and data reporting. Leslie is also responsible for managing the DBBS web site.
Brian provides administrative oversight of the MD/PhD training program.
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Laura is responsible for graduate student financial services inclusive of student stipend & tuition. Also manages accounting analysis, processing and financial reporting.
Katy provides financial administrative support to DBBS admissions &
summer research, manages faculty admissions, and is liaison for RCR &
Cherilynn leads the diversity efforts in DBBS that
includes: serving as co-director of the Initiative to Maximize Student
Development (IMSD) program, serving as advisor to multiple student affinity
groups (ABBGS, GALAS) and engaging students through professional development
and academic enhancement activities.
Joel provides assistance in the development and
execution of strategies to increase cultural diversity in the Ph.D. and
M.D./Ph.D. programs; co-advises student group organizations; and coordinates
Summer Research Programs and Community Outreach efforts.
Jessica Directs career curriculum for DBBS Ph.D. students and bioscience postdocs. She teaches workshops and for-credit courses on writing (L41 BIOL 5866/U29 BIO 4866, Communicating Science: Writing for Multiple Audiences) and career planning (L41 BIOL 5867/U29 BIO 4867, Career Planning for Biomedical Sciences). She serves on multiple curriculum committees at Washington University and has provided interim leadership for the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs since 2016.
Janie is responsible
for data management and administrative support for all curriculum in DBBS:
online course listings, course evaluations and program assessments, pedagogical
materials and faculty support, as well as marketing and communications related
to curriculum. She provides administrative support for the DBBS-wide Ethics course
(L41 BIOL 5011), Mentored Teaching Experience (MTE), and co-curricular
Paula directs visitors to their destinations and answers visitor inquiries, along with providing assistance to the Postdoctoral Office and the Office of Medical Student Research.