Health Sciences researchers lead a wide range of innovative centers, labs, and other research initiatives. Click the links below to learn more about these:
Led by Dr. Trudy Mallinson, lab members collaborate to apply contemporary measurement methods, particularly Rasch Measurement to improve health outcomes and health care quality. Better measurement; better outcomes.
Led by Dr. Qing Zeng, the Center leverages biomedical information, including EHR, social media, and omics data, to predict and improve patient outcomes by developing and using cutting-edge computational technology.
A one-of-a-kind partnership between Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) and The George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) to address a critical skills and workforce gap in health care and health sciences.
Guides individuals with disadvantaged backgrounds through the educational pipeline of a health profession to develop future generations of health professionals from diverse backgrounds to provide culturally competent care for underserved populations.
Led by Dr. Keith Cole, the Neuromuscular Control Lab focuses on innovative methods to assess and improve movement control. We aim to determine afferent changes that occur due to age and neuromusculoskeletal conditions that affect movement.
This post-doctoral fellowship program is designed to develop researchers who are prepared to generate, test, and disseminate primary care-oriented interventions that aim to improve health and health equity.
Focuses on research related to neurological and psychological health of adults with cognitive impairments and aims to provide caregivers with the best and most up-to-date information with which they can treat their clients.
Led by Dr. Paige McDonald, collaborators study knowledge translation in learning health systems.