EDWARD A. DOISY
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Saint Louis University - School of Medicine

WUCCI-SLU Agreement

SLU and Washington University have signed a collaboration agreement involving the WU Center for Cellular Imaging (WUCCI).

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A Decade of Progress

Funding

75% Increase in
External Grant Funding

Impact

415 Total Publications;
16% in High Impact Factor Journals

Awards

36 Awards
(Including a Pew Scholar)

Students

16 Ph.D. Graduates
5 M.D./Ph.D. Graduates

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Announcing the

Centennial Chair

in Biochemistry

 

The Centennial Chair in Biochemistry:
Celebrating 100 Years of Scientific Excellence

The Edward A. Doisy Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology was founded in 1924.

Named after its founder, a 1943 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine and Saint Louis University benefactor, the Edward A. Doisy Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology within the Saint Louis University School of Medicine continues a tradition of excellence in research that pushes the frontiers of basic and translational science. Over the past decade, the Department has gained prominence by cultivating talented faculty, garnering numerous accolades, expanding extramural funding by 75%, and publishing impactful work in the field.

As an important milestone approaches in 2024, the Department prepares to celebrate 100 years of scientific success that remains unsurpassed among Jesuit academic institutions. Endowing the Centennial Chair in Biochemistry will provide much needed resources to recruit and retain scientific talent, thereby continuing and expanding the upward trajectory of scientific achievement in the Department and at Saint Louis University.

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