Will Ross, MD, MPH

Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology

  • Phone: 314-362-7603
  • Fax: 314-747-5213

Additional Titles

Associate Dean for Diversity

Location

Patients seen at

Center for Advanced Medicine

Mailing Address

Division of Nephrology

  • Mailing Address: 660 S. Euclid Ave., CB 8126
    St. Louis, MO 63110

Education

  • BS, Biology: Yale University, New Haven, CT (1976-1980)
  • MD: Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO (1980-1984)
  • Residency, Internal Medicine: Vanderbilt University Hospital, Nashville, TN (1984-1987)
  • Fellowship, Nephrology: Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO (1987-1990)
  • Masters of Science in Epidemiology: Saint Louis University School of Public Health, St. Louis, MO (2005-2008)

Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine, 1989
  • Nephrology, 1990, recertification 2000, 2010

Recognition

2001
Washington University – AAMC/Pfizer Humanism in Medicine Award

2002
Alpha Omega Alpha, Washington University Chapter

2005
Governor’s Distinguished Community Service in Medicine Award, Commission of Missouri
Robert and Gerry Virgil Ethic of Service Award, Washington University

2009
Washington University Distinguished Alumni Faculty Award

2010
St. Louis American Foundation “Stellar Performer in Healthcare” Award
Washington University – AAMC/Pfizer Humanism in Medicine Award

2011
Health Literacy Missouri Trailblazer Award

2012
Excellence in Teaching in the Field of Nephrology, Washington University
America’s Top Physicians 2003- 2012, Consumer Research Council’s Guide to America’s Top Physicians

2013
Samuel R. Goldstein Leadership Award in Medical Education

Clinical Interests

Diabetic kidney disease, hypertensive kidney disease, proteinuria, hematuria, kidney stones, glomerulonephritis, lupus nephritis, sarcoidosis, pregnancy-related kidney disease, dialysis.

Research Interests

Fetal origins of kidney disease, epidemiology of kidney disease, pregnancy and the kidney, social determinants of kidney disease.