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4444 Forest Park

The 4444 Forest Park Building opened in 1976 and is a 6-story building. Pediatrics occupies 10,168 square feet of the 5th floor. The Department’s space contains all of the necessary core support including a cold room, tissue culture room, dark room, microscopy room and autoclave.

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Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH)

Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH) is the largest hospital in Missouri and the largest private employer in the St. Louis region. An affiliated teaching hospital of Washington University School of Medicine, BJH has a 1,700-member medical staff. Like St. Louis Children’s Hospital, BJH holds the Magnet Award for nursing from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).

Bernard Becker Medical Library

The Bernard Becker Medical Library provides information resources and technology in support of the educational, research and patient-care objectives of the School of Medicine. The library serves the medical school, Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Holdings consist of physical and digital books, journals and databases, many available remotely. The library has a staff of 50, including librarians and information technology specialists. Becker librarians maintain several informational blogs, and a rare books archive is home to one of the nation’s finest collections of historical medical materials.

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BJC Institute of Health at Washington University

The largest building ever constructed on the campus of Washington University School of Medicine is the BJC Institute of Health at Washington University, the home base for BioMed 21 — the University’s innovative research initiative designed to speed scientific discovery and apply breakthroughs to patient care rapidly. Started in 2007, the building is supported by a $30 million gift to Washington University’s medical school from BJC Health Care and added 240,000 square feet of research space. As a hub for BioMed 21, the building provides space for five Interdisciplinary Research Centers (IRCs).

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Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM)

The Center for Advanced Medicine is the outpatient clinic location for many of the adult specialties represented at Washington University School of Medicine. Here patients receive multidisciplinary consultation, diagnostics, medical treatment, same-day surgery and other support services — all in one setting. This building houses the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center, an international leader in cancer treatment, research, prevention, education and community outreach. It is the only cancer center in Missouri and within a 240-mile radius of St. Louis to hold the Comprehensive Cancer Center designation from the National Cancer Institute and membership in the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. Siteman offers the expertise of more than 350 Washington University research scientists and physicians who provide care for more than 7,000 newly diagnosed cancer patients and more than 32,000 follow-up patients each year. These scientists and physicians currently hold nearly $150 million in cancer research and related training grants.

Children’s Discovery Institute (CDI)

The Children’s Discovery Institute is the result of a shared vision to change the way pediatric research is conducted and an intense commitment to bring about dramatic results in pediatric care.

Clinical Trials

Authoritative source for clinical study best practices and forms.

Compliance & Policies

Collection of resources to operate in compliance with in institutional health, safety and security standards.

Core Facilities

Comprehensive listing of all core facilities on the Danforth and medical campuses.

Eric P. Newman Education Center (EPNEC)

The Eric P. Newman Education Center (EPNEC) is a premier meeting and event facility on the Washington University Medical Campus. EPNEC is easily accessible by car and only a 20-minute ride from Lambert St. Louis International Airport. EPNEC is a 21,000 sq ft, full service, ADA accessible conference center. Equipped with ergonomically appointed furnishings to make your attendees comfortable for 1-hour or all day long.

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