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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.
Assisted by second-year PT students, members of the SMHS Physical Therapy Class of 2021 slipped their arms into the sleeves of their new white coats during the PT Convocation and White Coat ceremony.
Organized by the Center of Health Policy and Media Engagement, Victor J. Dzau, MD, president of the National Academy of Medicine, delivered a lecture on how technology will transform the health care industry.
Congratulations to two distinguished SMHS faculty members who were honored by Xavier University of Louisiana with its 40 Under 40 Awards.
A team from GW led by Adam Friedman, MD, reviewed 35 studies on treatments for prurigo nodularis.
At the seventh annual GW Hospital Trauma Survivors' Day event, patients shared stories of strength and survival and reunited with some of the people who helped save their lives.
Researchers at SMHS found dermatologists are interested in learning more about and recommending therapeutic cannabinoids to patients.
When Gordon S. Moshman, MD ’78, was accepted to medical school, he thought he might want to be a surgeon. The high costs of a medical education, however, left him looking for...
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