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Marilyn Siegel, MD, a professor of radiology and of pediatrics, loves solving the puzzles her field presents and the opportunities it has given her. But most of all, she loves helping patients.


Andy Maus was the guy who used to alert undergraduate students via text message they had a package in the mailroom. Now he's working as clinical research coordinator in the lab of Ravi Vij, MD. Here's the story of how Maus went from the medical school to the mailroom — and back again.

As a member of the Ferguson Commission, Rose Windmiller traveled across the region to learn more about the issues that divide St. Louis. Next, the commission will find ways to put its ideas into action. “This is where the rubber hits the road,” Windmiller says.MORE
Leah Merrifield, assistant vice chancellor for community engagement at Washington University in St. Louis, has worked at Olin Business School, in the Office of the Chancellor and in the Office of Government and Community Relations – twice. Her titles have been different, but in her 20 years at the university, her overarching goal has remained the same: to help Washington University be a more diverse and inclusive place.MORE

Catherine Lang’s love of movement drives her life and her work. As director of Washington University School of Medicine’s Neurorehabilitation Research Laboratory, she helps stroke survivors regain what their strokes took from them.


Rohit Pappu, PhD, the Edwin H. Murty Professor of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, has learned from his students as well as his mentors. He can name every researcher he has worked with throughout his career. Pappu studies intrinsically disordered proteins and their role in neurodegenerative disorders such as Huntington’s, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.

Sead Ademovic jokes that no one like the ticket monitor, but he plays an important role on campus. Ademovic is among more than 230 veteran employees who will be recognized May 18 at Staff Day. Staff members are invited to celebrate their colleagues at 10 a.m. at Edison Theatre, enjoy lunch at Bowles Plaza and participate in fun activities ranging from bingo to yoga. MORE
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