Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Neurology Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search Home AboutAbout Mission Message from the Department Head Leadership Faculty Careers Our Culture Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging Department Portals FacultyFaculty Emeritus Faculty Voluntary Clinical & Adjunct Faculty Sections Patient CarePatient Care Find a doctor Our Approach to Care Areas of Care Locations ResearchResearch Research Centers Labs Clinical Trials EducationEducation Adult Residency Pediatric Residency Fellowships Postdoctoral Research Opportunities Medical Student Education Living in St. Louis ConferencesConferences Grand Rounds Neuroscience Glossary News Events Giving Open Search Our Culture Collegiality and collaboration are hallmarks of our institution. Whether you’re a faculty member or a trainee, you’ll be part of a broad community of physicians and scientists willing and able to help you achieve your goals. Collaboration Collaboration across disciplines is easy here, and investigators routinely help each other out. It’s a fantastic environment for research. Timothy Miller, MD, PhD, David Clayson Professor of Neurology At WashU Medicine, collaboration is the norm, universitywide. Researchers and clinicians see each other as helpful colleagues, not competitors. Investigators routinely assemble multidisciplinary teams of experts from across the school and the university, focused on a shared research interest or a major clinical challenge. Bringing the best minds together supercharges the discovery process, making research easier, more impactful and more rewarding. Collegiality “Midwest nice” is a stereotype, but it’s also true: Our department, our university and our city provide a welcoming, friendly environment in which to work and learn. Faculty and trainees forge strong relationships, working together collegially with an attitude of mutual support and respect. The familial vibe often extends into after-hours socializing. Mentorship No matter what you want to do, you will have a strong mentor. Mwiza Ushe, MD, Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Professor of Neurology Strong mentorship is baked into our culture. No matter where you are in your career, and whatever your interests, you’ll get the guidance you need to find your niche and succeed. To foster successful mentorship, the department puts forward faculty who are naturally strong mentors and provides training for those who want to develop mentorship skills. We take a particularly purposeful approach to mentoring individuals from groups underrepresented in medicine. Trainees and faculty at all levels draw support from the breadth and depth of our neuroscience community. Guidance is readily available from leading faculty in every area of medicine — about research methodology, ideation, study approaches and techniques, facilities, services, technology and more. Clinical environment A large, diverse patient population and comprehensive strengths make WashU an enriching place to practice medicine. Learn more Research environment WashU offers a staggering breadth and depth of expertise across biomedicine and excels in multidisciplinary collaboration. Learn more Diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging DE&I are core values, woven into everything we do — in training, recruitment and hiring, research, strategic planning and career development. Learn more about DEI&B About Mission Message from the Department Head Leadership Faculty Careers Our Culture Our Research Environment Our Clinical Environment Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging Department Portals Department of NeurologyWashington University School of MedicineMSC 8111-29-9000660 S. Euclid Ave.St. Louis, MO 63110Contact Us Instagram Twitter Contact Us Events Intranet Subscribe to newsletter Privacy Policy Disclaimer ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis

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