WashU Medicine Marketing & Communications produces and contributes to several high-impact communications that represent Washington University School of Medicine.
Published three times a year, Outlook magazine showcases the faculty, students, alumni and staff who exemplify Washington University School of Medicine’s dedication to and excellence in research, clinical care and education. In addition to the print edition, feature stories are available online.
Show Me the Science podcast
The Show Me the Science podcast launched in March 2020 to highlight research and patient care on the Washington University Medical Campus. Early episodes focus on how our scientists, students and clinicians are confronting the COVID-19 pandemic.
The annual Facts brochure lists key facts and figures about the school in one appealing layout. Copies of the Facts brochure are available upon request.
Our team produces news releases, podcasts, videos, and other stories for multiple outlets, including the Record, Outlook and Washington magazines, and direct media release.
Find all high-profile stories and media mentions in our central news hub.
The Record newsletter
The Record is the official newsletter of Washington University, keeping the university community informed about research, events, achievements, opinions and more.
WashU Medicine Marketing & Communications edits and contributes stories about the School of Medicine.
School of Medicine website
WashU Medicine Marketing & Communications is responsible for the main website for the School of Medicine. Websites representing individual offices, centers and departments at the medical school are independently managed, with tools provided by Medical Marketing & Communications.
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Schoolwide social media accounts
WashU Medicine Marketing & Communications manages the official, primary social media accounts for the School of Medicine.
Find us on: Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | TikTok | Twitter | YouTube
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