Courtnie Paschall, E-16 makes Husky 100 list


May 2, 2024

Courtnie Paschall, E-16 makes Husky 100 list

Courtnie Paschall, MSTP founder of Invirtualis Inc. has made the 2024 Husky 100 list. Courtnie’s PhD research in the School of Medicine has helped allow her to explore new pathways in medical technology and innovation through clinical experience. Leading a team of students in advanced neuroscience research and neurotechnology development, Courtnie built the first bidirectional…


January 2, 2024

New Paper in Nature Biomedical Engineering

First author Alex DeGrave (MSTP entry 2018) and co-author Joe Janizek (MSTP entry 2016), audit the inference processes of medical-image classifiers by leveraging generative AI and the expertise of physicians.


August 3, 2023

Miguel Paredes receives Melvin Denis Diversity Travel Award

Miguel Paredes attended the 38th annual MD/PhD Conference in Colorado where he was awarded the Melvin Denis Diversity Travel Award for commitment to diversity in science and passion for scientific achievement.


May 2, 2023

Promising Young Scientist: M.D.-Ph.D. Student Nick Popp Combines Determination, Communications, and Compassion to Remove ‘Insurmountable Roadblocks’

Born with hemophilia A, Nick Popp became an advocate for himself before he understood the meaning of the word.


February 7, 2023

Promising Young Scientist: An Invaluable Guiding Principle Leads Jenny Nathans to UW’s MD-PhD Program

Jenny Nathans devoted more than two years to kicking many tires at the National Institutes of Health before arriving at the UW in 2020 where she has begun to flourish.


December 15, 2022

Amelia Wilhelm highlighted on NIGMS Biomedical Beat Blog

MSTP student, Amelia Wilhelm (Entry year, 2021), talks about her decision to pursue MD/PhD training at the University of Washington with NIGMS.


November 15, 2022

Promising Young Scientist Sam Regalado: Inspired by a Desire to Advance Opportunities for People of Diverse Cultures

MSTP Student, Sam Regalado (Entry year, 2016) featured as a Promising Young Scientist by the Brotman Baty Institute.


September 1, 2022

Promising Young Scientist Anna-Lisa Doebley: A Penchant for Solving Puzzles Leads to A Passion for Identifying Cancer Subtypes

MSTP Student, Anna-Lisa Doebley (Entry year, 2015) featured as a Promising Young Scientist by the Brotman Baty Institute.


August 1, 2022

New co-first author Nature paper for Megan Maurano (E-14) addressing inherited forms of autoimmunity

Megan Maurano (MSTP Entry 2014) is co-first author on a new Nature paper using mouse models to show how mutations in the gene ADAR1 incorrectly recognize self DNA as foreign and trigger autoimmune disease in the genetic disorder, Aicardi–Goutières syndrome


June 21, 2022

UW MSTP Alumni Andrew Stergachis selected for the 2022 class of Pew Biomedical Scholars

Dr. Andrew Stergachis is the only physician-scientist among the 22 early-career scientists who will receive four years of funding from the Pew Trusts to explore some of the most pressing questions in health and medicine. Andrew will unravel the structure and function of chromatin and gene regulatory features within “uncharted” regions of the human genome.



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