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Surgical Pioneer Dr. Ira Kodner Honored with Achievement Award, New Ethics Education Fund

Surgical Pioneer Dr. Ira Kodner Honored with Achievement Award, New Ethics Education Fund

Ira J. Kodner, MD, a pioneer in colon and rectal surgery and prominent medical ethicist, is the recipient of the 2018 President’s Achievement Award given by The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.  In addition, an endowed fund has been established at the Foundation to honor Dr. Kodner and support education, research and advocacy in the field of surgical ethics.

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Pedal the Cause Raises $4.5 Million for Cancer Research

Pedal the Cause Raises $4.5 Million for Cancer Research

The St. Louis community braved the snowy weather at Ballpark Village Nov. 15 as Pedal the Cause announced it had raised $4,524,521 — a record-breaking total for the annual cycling challenge with the stated goal of “helping to create a world without cancer.”

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Illumination Gala 2018: The Journey to a Cure

Illumination Gala 2018: The Journey to a Cure

On Saturday, June 2, 2018, nearly 500 guests—including some of St. Louis’ most generous individuals and corporations—shared an unforgettable evening of philanthropy and entertainment with special guest host, Jason Alexander.

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Orthopedic Team Breaks New Ground

Orthopedic Team Breaks New Ground

Nearly 100 people heard several Washington University Orthopedics team members share their expertise April 5 at The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s Leading Edge Medicine event at The Cheshire.

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Honored Dean Charting New Course for Goldfarb

Honored Dean Charting New Course for Goldfarb

Nancy Ridenour, PhD, RN, APRN, BC, FAAN, has been named the Maxine Clark and Bob Fox Endowed Dean and Professor at Goldfarb School of Nursing. This honor complements Dr. Ridenour’s role as president of Barnes-Jewish College.

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