To honor her husband’s contributions and their ties to the School of Medicine, Shirley Silbert, MD, has made a commitment to establish the David F. and Shirley W. Silbert Professorship in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics.
Emeritus Trustee George Bauer and his wife, Carol, have made a $5 million commitment to create the George and Carol Bauer Deanship in the School of Medicine. The endowment will help advance a bold vision for biomedical research.
Family’s $10 million commitment, made in the final days of the Leading Together campaign, provides $7 million for research and $3 million to endow a distinguished professorship.
Retired real estate developer Edward “Tee” Baur initiated efforts to create a distinguished professorship in honor of Ralph Dacey Jr., MD.
School of Law alumni Joseph and Yvonne Cordell have made a $5 million commitment to create an institute that will guide the ethically responsible development of data-driven health care.
Emeritus Trustee Walter Metcalfe Jr., and his wife, Cynthia, have committed nearly $4 million to improve the lives of vulnerable children. The Metcalfes’ gift supports the work of Washington University psychiatrist Joan Luby, MD, who leads a study examining the effects of environmental stress on child health and development.
Carol Loeb and her late husband, Jerome, put education at the forefront of their philanthropy. Most recently, Mrs. Loeb made a $2 million commitment to endow the Carol B. and Jerome T. Loeb Professorship in Medical Education.
As calls for social distancing have kept us physically removed from one another during the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has somehow never felt smaller. Feelings of anxiety and fear are powerful forces, but they are no match for the compassion and kindness sparked by the crisis. That spirit prompted members of WashU’s China Alumni Network […]
During their 40 years of marriage, Roadger and Paula Riney have experienced many of life’s joys together. The founder of low-cost brokerage firm Scottrade and his wife have raised a family, built a successful business, and worked to serve the St. Louis community. They also have faced difficult challenges, including Mr. Riney’s cancer diagnosis and […]
Donors who participate in the challenge will help Washington University secure $6.5 million for a first-of-its-kind prevention study that aims to stop the devastating brain disorder before it starts.