Center For World Health & Medicine

Therapeutic Approaches: Small Molecules, Biomarkers

Therapeutic Areas of Expertise: Infectious Diseases, Rare and other neglected diseases

Center/Program Highlights: The Center for World Health and Medicine (CWHM was founded at Saint Louis University in 2010 as a not-for-profit research center dedicated to the discovery and development of medicines to treat diseases that predominantly affect the worlds poor and underserved patient populations. The CWHM consists of a multidisciplinary team of former pharmaceutical company scientists with extensive translational research experience. These accomplished scientists possess nearly all the necessary skill sets required to discover and develop small molecule drug therapeutics, and are experienced in advancing such agents into human clinical trials. They are a results oriented team that demands stringent scientific rigor and has a strong desire to deliver effective new therapies to those in need.

Sources of Funding: Federal/State, Philanthropy


Institutional Affiliation(s): Saint Louis University

1100 South Grand Blvd
Lab 351/DRC
Saint Louis
Missouri, 63104
United States

Center/Program Start Date: 2010

Number of Employees: 9