Walter Hughes, MD, who established the St. Jude Department of Infectious Diseases and initiated pediatric AIDS research at the hospital, has died.
St. Jude will host the virtual Bringing Chemistry to Medicine Symposium July 22–23. The inaugural event in 2020 prompted a researcher in India to become a visiting scientist at St. Jude. Register for the event.
For Jasmine Turner, resilience and tenacity were required to enter a field with very few Black women. There weren’t many women or teachers of color in her scientific courses—no one with similar experiences to help guide her or focus her talents. She turned to her mother for encouragement and inspiration.
As a hospital staff member, how do you help patient families have a better clinical experience and quality of life while in the hospital?
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has ties to this year’s co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.
This one simple thing gets pediatric ICU patients off ventilators sooner, out of the ICU and back to regular activities more quickly.
You learned how to do it before you could spell it. It may be one of the most important things you can do to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Wearing a mask is a small thing to help protect St. Jude patients and those who care for them. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, masked patients were a common sight on the hospital’s campus. This is an opportunity to step into their shoes.
Patient family-centered care: Read how this virtual advisory committee will give clinical staff more feedback from cancer patients and families.
It used to be just about surviving–now, it’s about treating children with ALL to live long, healthy lives. Learn about ALL survivorship research from ASCO.