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March 10, 2016

Researchers at the George Washington University’s (GW) Health Workforce Institute today announced a $5.5 million award from The Atlantic Philanthropies to promote health workforce equity by identifying, connecting and preparing leaders in the field to advance social mission in health professions education. The five-year project will also enable GW to augment its pipeline development programs for underserved students interested in health careers in the District of Columbia and surrounding area. 

Sonal Batra, MD will lead the pipeline development program and Guenevere Burke, MD, MBA will oversee the Leaders for Health Equity Fellowship.

March 07, 2016

Dr. Annabel Li's research on Emergency Department Patients’ Perceptions of Radiation From Medical Imaging appeared in the February issue of the WMJ put out by the Wisconsin Medical Society.

March 07, 2016

He will compete in the final at the ACEP Scientific Assembly in October.

January 05, 2016

This holiday, season a very generous group of GW Emergency Medicine residents, in conjunction with program leadership, adopted a local D.C.

January 05, 2016

A large group of Emergency Medicing residents and faculty gave back to the local D.C. community outside of the clinical environment in July 2015 during the first annual Emergency Medicine Service Day by volunteering their time at a fruit orchard maintained by Bread for the City.

Bruno Petinaux, M.D., in Kathmandu, Nepal
June 25, 2015

His name was Pemba Tamang. He was 15 years old, a motorcycle rider buzzing out of a hotel parking garage when the 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Kathmandu, Nepal, on Saturday, April 25.

April 24, 2015

Abdulaziz Almehlisi, M.D., second-year resident, was interviewed by NBC4 about his life-saving efforts after witnessing an accident on the Key Bridge.

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