Faculty in the News
April 11, 2014
Denise Hooks-Anderson, M.D.
Denise Hooks-Anderson, M.D. was named Woman of Distinction by the Missouri Atheltic Club and honored at a luncheon on April 11. To read more about Dr. Hooks-Anderson's award, click HERE.
April 11, 2014
Alec Pollard, Ph.D.
Alec Pollard, Ph.D. was quoted on news1130.com, a Vancouver radio website, about obsessive compulsive disorder.
April 9, 2014
Jeffrey Scherrer, Ph.D.
Jeffrey Scherrer, Ph.D. was quoted in a News-Medical article about his recent NIH grant to study the type of opioids that lead to depression.
April 4, 2014
Michael Railey, M.D.
Michael Railey, M.D. was interviewed by the St. Louis American about receiving the stellar performer in health care award from the St. Louis American Foundation.
March 21, 2014
David Schneider, M.D.
David Schneider, M.D. was quoted on KWMU-FM 90.7's website about a SLU residency programs that encourage primary care physicians to practice in areas where they are most needed.
March 18, 2014
William Manard, M.D.
William Manard, M.D. was quoted in a Town & Style Magazine article about The Dr. Oz RealAge Test.
March 13, 2014
Jeffrey Scherrer, Ph.D.
Research by Jeff Scherrer, Ph.D. was mentioned in an American News Report article about long-term opioid use by veterans.
March 3, 2014
William Manard, M.D.
William Manard, M.D was quoted in a Doctors Lounge article about tips to avoid closing practice to new patients.
Feb 27, 2014
Bobbi Miller, Ph.D.
Bobbi Miller, Ph.D. was quoted in a Parents Magazine story about parenting in families that include both birth and adopted children.
Feb 5, 2014
William Mitchell, M.D.
William Mitchell, M.D. (Family Medicine) was interviewed by KTVI-TV Ch. 2 about brain trauma from contact sports.
Denise Hooks-Anderson, M.D. appeared on WGNU 920-AM on the the Empowerment Network Radio show to discuss sexual health.
William Manard, M.D. had an opinion piece published in Medical Economics discussing the consideration of finances and staffing when expanding office hours. To read the piece, click HERE.
William Manard, M.D. was quoted at length in an ACP Internist article discussing the transformation of practices to fit changing models of care. To read the article, click HERE.
William Manard, M.D. was quoted in Medical Economics about problems associated with primary care providers not taking new patients.
William Manard, M.D. was interviewed by Ladue News about the difference between acetaminophen and ibuprofen. For the complete interview, click HERE.
William Manard, M.D. was interviewed by Ladue News about the difference between acetaminophen and ibuprofen. For more on the interview, click HERE.
Denise Hooks-Anderson, MD was the featured guest on WGNU-AM 920 discussing the benefits of the flu vaccine.
William Manard, M.D. was quoted in a MedPage Today article about the new cholesterol guidelines. To read the article, click HERE.
Christine Jacobs M.D. was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the expansion of SLU's Family Medicine Residency to a south St. Louis Clinic. To read the article, please click HERE.
David Pole, MPH and the IPE Teaching and Learning Team has received the 2013 James H. Korn Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award.
Jeffrey Scherrer, Ph.D. was interviewed live by KTVI-TV Ch. 2 about his recent study that links chronic use of painkillers and depression. You can watch the interview by clicking HERE.
Fred Rottnek, MD, MAHCM (Family and Community Medicine) wrote an opinion piece that ran in the St. Louis Beacon, Letting perfect stand in the way of the good.
Will Mitchell, M.D. (Family and Community Medicine) and Scott Kaar, M.D. (Orthopaedic Surgery) were quoted in the Ladue News about common spring injuries.
The School of Medicine, the Department of Family and Community Medicine, the Division of General Academic Pediatrics and the Department of General Internal Medicine will host the second annual Saint Louis University Primary Care Research Symposium from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 24, in Auditorium A at the Learning Resources Center. More information.
Neil Kalsi and Charity Kaiser (fourth-year medical students) were featured in an American Academy of Family Physicians story about a slight increase in family medicine match rate.
Physicians for Human Rights student chapters, at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and at the St. Louis University School of Medicine, have been jointly awarded the 2012-2013 Physicians for Human Rights National Student Program Best Chapter Award.
Dr. David Schneider, Dr. Mark Gaynor, Mary Lee Baron (SLU) and Erica Pearce (College of Pharmacy)
Fred Rottnek, M.D. (Family and Community Medicine) was interviewed by KMOX AM-1120 about the state of the local mental health system following the Stevens Institute of Business and Arts shooting.
Fred Rottnek, M.D. (Family and Community Medicine) and Michael Mancini, Ph.D. (College for Public Health and Social Justice) were interviewed live on KWMU-FM 90.7 about access to mental health care.
Michael Railey, M.D. (School of Medicine administration/Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine) was quoted in a Ladue News story about tips for a healthier new year.
Fred Rottnek, MD, MAHCM (Family and Community Medicine) was interviewed by KMOX-AM 1120 about the lack of a mental health safety net in the United States.
Fred Rottnek, MD, MAHCM (Family and Community Medicine) wrote an opinion piece that ran in the St. Louis Beacon about the lack of a mental health safety net in the United States.
Christine Jacobs, M.D. (Family and Community Medicine) and Imani Anwisye, M.D. (Family and Community Medicine) were quoted on a Missouri Foundation for Health video about how SLU's family medicine residency helps to address the shortage of health care workers.
Primary Care week The University's medical community will host a week's worth of events Oct. 8-12. More information.
Mark Varvares, M.D. (Otolaryngology), Michael Railey, M.D. (SOM Administration / Office of Multicultural Affairs/Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine) and Greg Smith, Ph.D. (SOM Administration) were quoted in the St. Louis American about the presentation of the Gladney Diversity award to Tukisa Smith.
Family and Community Medicine: David Brunworth, M.D., James Deckert, M.D., Caroline M. Rudnick, M.D., Michael P. Temporal, M.D., L. Tyler Wadsworth, M.D.
Michael Railey, M.D. (Office of Multicultural Affairs/Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine), Greg Smith, M.D. (Surgery) and Colette McLemore (Office of Multicultural Affairs) were quoted in a St. Louis American article about SLU's summer enrichment program for area high school students interested in health care careers.
The St. Louis University School of Medicine FMIG was honored for its multiple community service programs and its collaboration with the Student National Medical Association (SNMA), the Pediatrics Interest Group, the Global Health Learning Community, the Surgery Interest Group and the Geriatric Interest Group to reach out to a greater number of community residents.
The Department of Family and Community Medicine will host the Community Action Poverty Simulation from 8:30 a.m. to noon Wednesday, July 11, in the Wool Ballrooms in Busch Student Center.
F. David Schneider, M.D., moderated a congressional briefing on the health impacts of violence and abuse across the lifespan.
Every year, the senior class nominates faculty for the Tobin Award (to acknowledge the best teachers/all-around-educators in the medical school).
The student chapter of Physicians for Human Rights at SLUSOM recently received an award...
BY FRED ROTTNEK, MD, M.A.H.C.M. AND BRIAN YANOFCHICK, M.A., M.B.A.
FRED ROTTNEK is associate professor and
medical director, Area Health Education Center
program office, Department of Family and Com-
munity Medicine, Saint Louis University School of
Medicine, St. Louis.
BRIAN YANOFCHICK is senior director, mission
and leadership development, Catholic Health
Association, St. Louis.
Dr. James Deckert is to be honored at Distinguished Teachers Award Ceremony, April 23, 2012.
The University community is invited to attend the first Primary Care Research Symposium, hosted by the School of Medicine.
Fred Rottnek, M.D., Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine, was honored recently...
On Wednesday, March 14, 2012 students, family and faculty will celebrate the Class of 2012 recipients of the Rodney M. Coe Distinction in Community Service.
David Schneider, M.D. (family and community medicine) was interviewed on KTVI-TV Ch. 2 about the rise of domestic violence around the holidays.
William Manard, M.D. and Gillian Stephens, M.D. (family and community medicine) were quoted on MedicalNewsToday.com about tips for keeping New Year's resolutions.
A SLU physician gives healthy tips on how to stay healthy this holiday season.