Thanks to the help of advanced brain imaging software, the George Washington University (GW) Hospital is making better, faster care decisions for patients suffering from stroke
The GW PA Program recognized faculty for their dedication to the profession and to educating students in the program.
A host of representatives from throughout the George Washington University (GW) health care community joined GW Cancer Center leadership on Oct. 17 to cut the ribbon on a new multi-disciplinary cancer clinical space in the ground floor of the GW...
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.
As large scissors cut into a white ribbon adorned with the logo of the Governor’s Health Sciences Academy at T.C. Williams, cheers echoed across the auditorium from those gathered to celebrating the official launch of the program.
The Selma Liss Blum and Jerome W. Blum Surgical Education Fund provides for educational expenses and materials in the GW Department of Surgery, and includes the Stanley M. Knoll, MD, Endowed Surgical Prize, an annual award for the GW surgery...
The GW Biomedical Informatics Center is implementing new methodologies to better understand a large pool of medical data.
Kristiina Parviainen-Yang, MD, RESD '99, discussed thyroid disease during pregnancy at the 10th Annual Allan B. Weingold Lecture
The GW Postdoc Association hosted Postdoc Appreciation Day on Sept. 21 as part of the National Postdoc Association Postdoc Appreciation Week from Sept. 17–21.
Diversity often is defined as increasing representation of people from all backgrounds in a particular field, but it’s also more than varying the makeup of an organization, it’s supporting diversity of thought, says Keith Melancon, MD, PhD,...