Dr. Sheila Lukehart retires from the University of Washington after 40 years of service.
Celebrating our world-class teachers, clinicians and researchers.
Dr. Sheila Lukehart
Dr. Stanley Gartler
Dr. Stanley Gartler was the first faculty member hired in the Division of Medical Genetics in 1957.
Remembering Ollie Press
The department mourns the loss of Ollie Press, who died from complications from glioma, a brain cancer. He was 65.
Dr. Paul Pottinger
Paul Pottinger dreamed of climbing Mt. Everest since the second grade. His first attempt ended with a devastating earthquake. He remained determined to try again.
Dr. Werner Samson
Werner Samson was just ten years old when he left his hometown of Hamburg, Germany on a children’s transport to England to escape Nazi persecution.
Dr. W. Conrad Liles
One in 65 people in the United States will have a blood transfusion over the course of a year. Last April, Dr. W. Conrad Liles was added to that list.
Dr. Bessie Young
We have selected Dr. Bessie Young for the first Faculty Spotlight. Dr. Young is a professor of medicine in the Division of Nephrology and holds adjunct titles in the Departments of Epidemiology and Health Services.