Cancer genomics database recognized as global biodata resource (Links to an external site)

A vast database of cancer genomics knowledge started by Washington University scientists has been named a Global Core Biodata Resource by the Global Biodata Coalition. Led by twin brothers Malachi Griffith, PhD, and Obi Griffith, PhD, both associate professors of medicine, the CIViC “knowledgebase” helps match genetic mutations driving a patient’s cancer growth with possible treatments that target those mutations.

As variant cases continue, the Institute collaborates with community & university partners to provide 1,000 COVID-19 vaccines (Links to an external site)

Have you heard of “Our Community, Our Health-St. Louis”? Spearhead by the Institute for Public Health and the Institute of Clinical & Translational Sciences in partnership with several St. Louis community-based organizations, it is a collaborative effort to provide  COVID-19 primary and booster vaccinations to individuals in their own homes or neighborhoods.