Current Practica Sites
Mercy Medical Center

Mercy Medical Center is a leader in patient care, medical education and research. Mercy is one of the nation's largest Catholic hospitals and the second-largest hospital in metropolitan St. Louis. By providing comprehensive health services within the St. Louis community, Mercy has progressively evolved from a 25-bed infirmary for women and children in 1871 to its current Medical Center campus in west St. Louis County, which comprises nearly 80 acres. The Medical Center campus includes: an 859-bed, fully accredited teaching hospital; a nine-level Heart and Vascular Hosptial with 96 private patient rooms; a 100,000-square-foot Cancer Center with advanced diagnostic and treatment capabilities; dedicated inpatient women's health services, including a two-story addition exclusively for mothers and babies and featuring all private rooms; a comprehensive Children's Hospital, including a pediatric emergency department and the only pediatric intensive care unit in St. Louis County; a Surgery Center that provides inpatient and outpatient surgical services; and a 120-bed Skilled Nursing Center.


SSM Cardinal Glennon Hospital

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center is a not-for-profit, 190-bed inpatient and outpatient pediatric medical center in St. Louis, MO. Cardinal Glennon specializes in neonatology, cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, bleeding disorders and cancer services. Cardinal Glennon is home to the Bob Costas Cancer Center, St. Louis Cord Blood Bank, Pediatric Research Institute, and the Missouri Regional Poison Center,  which provides free statewide service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  SSM Cardinal Glennon cares for children of all ages from Missouri, Illinois and around the world.


Washington University

The faculty of the Neuropsychology Division in the Department of Neurology at Washington University study the brain localization of higher functions such as visual processing, attention, language and memory. To address these issues, studies are performed using several different methods, including detailed behavioral descriptions of normal information processing, PET activation studies of normal humans performing specific tasks, and the study of behavioral deficits following damage to specific brain areas in both humans and monkeys. The integration of these methods provides both converging evidence and complementary information about functional localization. The Neuropsychology Division works closely with the Neuroimaging Section.


St. Louis Children's Hospital

Founded in 1879, St. Louis Children's Hospital is one of the premier children's hospitals in the United States. It serves not just the children of St. Louis, but children across the world. The hospital provides a full range of pediatric services to the St. Louis metropolitan area and a primary service region covering six states. As the pediatric teaching hospital for Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis Children's Hospital offers nationally recognized programs for physician training and research. St. Louis Children's Hospital houses one of the largest and most comprehensive specialized epilepsy centers in the world.