Patience White, MD, emeritus professor of medicine and of pediatrics at SMHS, served as lead author on a report providing guidance for clinicians on transitioning all youth and young adults from pediatric to adult health care.
For the ninth consecutive year, all of the graduates from the 2018 SMHS Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy passed the National Physical Therapy Licensing Examination on their first attempt.
Dermatology resident Angelo Landriscina, MD, of the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, presented research during a mentoring session as part of his role as a 2018 DermMentors Resident of Distinction.
George Washington University faculty members in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences Physician Assistant Program presented and received awards at the 2018 Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) Education Forum held Oct. 22-24 in...
Susan LeLacheur, DrPH ’08, MPH ’89, PA-C, BS ’82, associate professor of physician assistant studies at SMHS, received the Master Faculty Award at the 2018 Physician Assistant Education Association Education Forum.
Howard Straker, MPH, PA-C, assistant professor of physician assistant studies, was elected as president of the Physician Assistant Education Association.
Second-year MD student Harleen Marwah traveled to Rome to present at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.
Congratulations to the four distinguished members of the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) who earned awards from the American College of Physicians this year!
Daniela Drago, PhD, RAC, director of the Regulatory Affairs Programs and associate professor of clinical research and leadership at SMHS, was recognized this month as a The Organization for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs (TOPRA) Fellow.