The Doisy College of Health Sciences at Saint Louis University has provided students with the tools and education to become well-prepared health care professionals since 1929. Doisy College of Health Sciences offers health care education at the baccalaureate, master's, doctoral and professional levels in a variety of areas.
SLU's Doisy College offers many opportunities for hands-on experience through clinical
education whether you are studying to become an athletic trainer, physical therapist,
nutritionist, occupational therapist, medical laboratory scientist, health information
specialist, physician assistant or medical imaging technician. Modern features of
the school include a gait lab, culinary lab, diagnostic lab, simulated medical office
suite and exam rooms, radiation-therapy simulation lab and media labs for students
to gain practical experience and develop research.
Doisy College of Health Sciences is located in the heart of St. Louis at SLU's Medical Center, home to Saint Louis University's School of Medicine, College for Public Health and Social Justice, Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing and SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital.
Rooted in Jesuit ideals, the Doisy College of Health Sciences serves humanity through education, research and engagement.
The Doisy College of Health Sciences offers healthcare education at the baccalaureate, master's, doctoral and professional levels. The college creates a student-centered teaching and learning environment that recognizes and actively addresses diverse needs and fosters an academic climate that promotes the spirit of inquiry among faculty and students.
The college advances research and scholarship among faculty and students through inquiry, discovery, synthesis, dissemination and application of new knowledge. The college encourages collaboration in research and scholarship to serve humanity.
The college embodies active engagement across communities at the University, local, regional, national and international levels. The college promotes leadership in addressing global health and social justice needs.
The Edward and Margaret Doisy College of Health Sciences embraces the lessons of the past, navigates the realities of the present and capitalizes on emerging opportunities, thus enabling the College as an innovative leader in shaping the future.
View Associate Dean for Research
View Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Program Director
View Sister Mary Imelda Pingel, S.S.M., Endowed Professorship in Physical Therapy