The Rodham Institute and BlackDoctor.org hosted a summit on increasing diversity in the health professions and promoting health equity.
Students at the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) are leading the way when it comes to medical school curriculum improvement as it pertains to race and culture.
Attendees at the 2nd Annual Patrick and Marguerite Sung Symposium filled Ross Hall, Room 117, eager to hear insightful discussions about brain health, wellness, and the power of integrative medicine on Friday, April 16.
The science of pain is an area Anthony S. LaMantia, PhD, director of the GW Institute for Neuroscience, has long wanted to address during the...
Ross Hall filled with people, but the crowds were not GW medical students. The lobby, library, and halls teemed with moms and dads, sisters and brothers, and friends and spouses, all on campus to get a look at their loved ones’ daily lives.
First-year MD student Samuel Yeroushalmi received the 10th Annual Marilyn Koering Award for Excellence in Anatomy.
Rong Li, PhD, was installed as the Ross Professor of Basic Science Research at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Students at SMHS, GW School of Nursing, and the Milken Institute School of Public Health at GW present posters during the second day of GW Research Days.
Students at SMHS presented Golden Apple Awards to selected faculty at Follies
In 1953, John P. Adams, MD, became chair of the SMHS Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, and more than 60 years later he watched the installation of Raj Rao, MD, as the inaugural John P. Adams Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery.