Congratulations to Kenneth Harwood, PhD, PT, co-director of the Health Care Quality Program at SMHS, for being named a 2020 recipient of the Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
A paper in npj (Nature Partner Journal) Genomic Medicine by Shawneequa Callier, JD, MA, of SMHS, examined the progress and challenges in increasing the amount of data on individuals with African ancestry in genomic research.
In a literature in The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, researchers examined the prevalence of hypocalcemia, a condition in which there are low levels of calcium in plasma, among trauma patients.
Earlier this year Sally Moody, PhD, chair of the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology and professor of anatomy and cell biology at SMHS, earned the unique opportunity to take part in an international course in developmental biology held in...
Sabrina Figueiredo, PhD, MSc, joined SMHS as co-director of the Health Care Quality (HCQ) Program. Figueiredo comes to GW from McGill University in Montreal, where she served as assistant director of the physical therapy program.
Melissa Tice, PhD, recently joined SMHS as the director of the Regulatory Affairs Program. Tice comes to GW after serving as the vice president of Global Regulatory Affairs at Immunomedics Inc.
The outcomes for patients in their 80s who received carotid endarterectomy (CEA) surgery to reduce the risk of stroke are comparable to those of younger patients, according to a study by George Washington University (GW) researchers published in...
Christina Puchalski, MD ’94, RESD ’97, founding director of GWish, and colleagues at GW, received international attention for their innovative training for professionals in the often-neglected area of spiritual care.
In an “Ask the Expert” article published in FOCUS: The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychiatry, James Griffith, MD, provides guidance on how health care professionals can connect with remote and underserved populations.
Promoting self-directed learning (SDL) can be beneficial for medical student education, and a study published in Medical Science Educator by...