Category: Awards & Recognitions
Cruchaga awarded Zenith Fellowship Award (Links to an external site)
Carlos Cruchaga, PhD, has received a 2022 Zenith Fellow Award from the Alzheimer’s Association. The annual award is given to scientists who have made significant contributions to the field of Alzheimer’s disease research and are likely to make additional, substantial contributions in the future.
Rogers selected as scholar in emerging leadership program (Links to an external site)
Group addresses topics shaping future of medicine
Barch receives Research Investigator Prize (Links to an external site)
The American Psychological Foundation has awarded its Alexander Gralnick Research Investigator Prize to Deanna Barch, chair of psychological and brain sciences in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis.
The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation awards former resident and current faculty member Klerman Prizes for Exceptional Clinical Research (Links to an external site)
Shan Siddiqi, MD was the 2022 Klerman Prizewinner, and Rachel Lean, PhD, MSc received an honorable mention
Cruchaga named Morriss Professor (Links to an external site)
Studies genetic architecture of neurodegenerative diseases
Lenze named head of Department of Psychiatry (Links to an external site)
Noted for expertise treating depression, anxiety and cognitive issues in older adults
Researchers honored as outstanding mentors (Links to an external site)
Three researchers have received outstanding mentor awards from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs at Washington University in St. Louis.
Barch recognized for achievement, excellence (Links to an external site)
The Society for Research in Psychopathology has awarded its Joseph Zubin Lifetime Achievement Award to Deanna Barch.
Washington University and St. Louis Children’s Hospital receive $15 million gift to transform mental health care for kids (Links to an external site)
A $15 million gift to St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine from St. Louis-area couple Bob and Signa Hermann aims to change how pediatric mental health care is provided in the St. Louis area by identifying and managing children’s behavioral health problems before they turn into crises.