Anna oversees finance, administration and grants management for the Division.
is responsible for MSTP financial operations, student payroll, and NIH NRSA
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.
Denise is responsible
for graduate student financial services inclusive of student stipend &
tuition. Denise also manages accounting analyses, financial reporting and is the
Division liaison with the WU Office of International Students and Scholars
(OISS) for our DBBS PhD/MSTP students.
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 Cancer Biology and Molecular Cell Biology programs.
is responsible for applicant travel, MSTP journal clubs and seminars, and general
student support. She also schedules appointments for Dr. Yokoyama and
Andrew directs the activities of the admissions and recruiting staff and oversees systems information technology for DBBS.
|IT; Recruiting; PhD Admissions|
|1||Steven||Mennerick, PhD||(314) email@example.com||Steven_Mennerick||Associate Dean|
Leslie is responsible for DBBS database development, information management and data reporting. Leslie is also responsible for managing the DBBS web site.
Brian works with the MSTP and
institutional leadership to establish policies and provide overall direction
for MD-PhD training.
|3||Stacia||Burd||Med Campus: firstname.lastname@example.org||Stacia_Burd|
Stacia advises DBBS students in all phases of their
education and career planning. She enjoys helping students explore new
opportunities, articulate their skills and experiences, and determine
strategies for pursuing their career goals. She also creates and curates education resources and provides
pedagogical support to DBBS faculty, including student advising materials,
pedagogical materials, as well as tutoring and career development programs.
Career Advising Appointments: Schedule
Joel directs 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.
|Diversity; Recruiting; Alumni|
directs non-scientific curriculum and education assessment for DBBS, teaches
courses on writing and career planning, and is the Program Director for the
Science Communication Credential (SCC).
is responsible for data and project management associated with all curriculum
in the DBBS, including: data gathering and reporting, education technology,
curriculum operations, online course listings, and internal records.
Paula manages Suite 410 reception, DBBS communications, and provides administrative assistance to the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs and the Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences.
Kyla is responsible for marketing outreach and communication w/
prospective applicants, as well as current students and faculty.
|3||Danielle||Gross||Med Campus: 314-273-1952; Danforth Campus: email@example.com||danielle_gross||Program Coordinators|
Sarah is responsible for Division finances, accounting analysis, processing and
Inclusive of management of admissions and summer research program funds, to
ensure monies are utilized appropriately and according to funding agency guidelines. Sarah also serves as Division representative and liaison for RCR (Responsible Conduct
of Research) and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).
is responsible for MSTP programming, student advising, and non-financial
assists in the development and execution of strategies to increase and support
diversity in the Ph.D. and M.D./Ph.D. programs; co-advises student group
organizations; and coordinates alumni events such as the Distinguished Alumni
Bridget is responsible for graduate student financial services inclusive of student stipend & tuition. Also manages accounting analysis, processing and financial reporting.
potential applicants, current students and faculty to foster opportunities that
increase and support diversity in physician-scientist training.