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Explore the full listing of 2019 commencement events for SMHS.
Recognized as a leader in Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, and Clinical Research education, these programs develop clinicians and leaders for successful careers.
Emphasizing education through cooperation and collaboration, and using state-of-the-art facilities, the MD curriculum prepares graduates for residencies in numerous concentrations.
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.
The GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences was honored with the Distinguished Academic Partner Award by the Northern Virginia Community College Educational Foundation.
A new review article from researchers at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences provides an extensive characterization of state-of-the-art uses for toll-like receptors in HIV eradication.
The GW Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center and the GW Transplant Institute received the 2019 National Kidney Foundation Community Partnership Award at the 39th Annual Kidney Ball on Nov. 23 in Washington, D.C.
A consortium led by GW has been refunded for their BioCompute Object Specification Project, thanks to a $2.2 million, five-year grant from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Each year, close to 3 million Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)-related emergencies arrive at hospitals and ambulatory care centers across the country, according to the Centers for...
Robert W. Turner II has a doctorate in sociology from the City University of New York, but his most significant degree was earned at the School of Hard Knocks — more familiarly...
Could the brain provide biological clues following a traumatic injury that would improve the outcome for the patient?
The George Washington University (GW) Hospital is...
Biological Cartographers Seek to Map the Cells in the Human Body