St. Louis, MO | 5.1.15

The American Resident Project proudly sponsored Washington University IDEA Labs’ third annual Demo Day this May.

May 22
Every day at least 22 of our veterans commit suicide. The real number may be much higher. The impact of these deaths should not be underestimated.
May 20
A February New York Times article, entitled "How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco's Life," related how Justine Sacco, a public relations executive, lost her job and nearly her career after a lapse of judgment on Twitter became a worldwide phenomenon.
May 18
Apple made waves in the medical community when it introduced ResearchKit, an open-source framework to aid developers in creating apps geared at medical research data collection.
May 13
Addiction is a difficult enemy. By definition, it consumes much of the victim’s waking thoughts. In the worst of times, literally every thought revolves around how to acquire more of the drug of choice.
May 11
Public health has recently been a hot topic with the controversies surrounding vaccine policies and opinions on vaccines. This certainly overlaps significantly with primary care, given that is where most patients receive their vaccines.
May 6
The process of medical training, residency and fellowship is one driven by "match" systems. We apply to many places, submit a list of our favorite jobs and get told by a computer where we end up.