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Emphasizing education through cooperation and collaboration, and using state-of-the-art facilities, the MD curriculum prepares graduates for residencies in numerous concentrations.
Recognized as a leader in Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, and Clinical Research education, these programs develop clinicians and leaders for successful careers.
GME supports residents throughout their training at SMHS, and provides detailed information, resources, policies, and support for current residents at all stages of their programs.
IMP serves more than 7,000 health care professionals through approximately 120 partnerships in over 45 countries.
As the administrative and academic home for PhD training, the Institute of Biomedical Sciences oversees a core curriculum and assists students in navigate graduate training.
SMHS welcomed the MD Class of 2022 at the White Coat and Honor Code Ceremony.
The threat of Hurricane Florence loomed over the George Washington (GW) University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) Reunion Weekend, but the clouds and spots of...
First-year MD, PT, and PA students volunteered with the Special Olympics Young Athletes program for Community Service Day.
In mid-September, the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) started a tradition: the Stuart S. Kassan, MD ’72, Lecture Series.
Adam Friedman, MD, professor of dermatology, spoke to Today for an article about whether there are really benefits to eating placenta.
Nathaniel DeNicola, MD, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, spoke to Women's Day about how women can monitor fertility.
Children's National Health System, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and the National Institutes of Health have launched a clinical partnership devoted to treating allergic, immunologic, and infectious diseases in children.
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