Events Archive

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The evening event will feature an award ceremony for both faculty and staff members, as well as a program that highlights our 200 years of service to the community.

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The event features keynote speaker Italo M. Brown, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and
Health Equity & Social Justice Curriculum Thread Lead at Stanford University School of Medicine.

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Deborah Dillon, MD, will present "Beyond ER/PR/HER2: Update on Predictive Biomarkers in Breast Cancer" as part of the Department of Pathology Breslow Lecture.

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The Teaching Essentials Series program is a series of one-hour workshops for scientists, clinicians, researchers, post-docs, and graduate students who want to learn more about key aspects of teaching & learning.

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The GW OCR is hosting ClinicalTrials.gov information sessions, open to responsible parties and anyone who participates in ClinicalTrials.gov record ownership.

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Mark Olfson, MD, MPH, will present “Suicide Risks of US Health Care Workers” at this year's annual Seymour Perlin, MD Endowed Lecture in Suicidology.

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Dr. Adam Abate will discuss his lab's advanced technologies for studying millions of single cells, including sorting based on genomic markers and performing multi-omics analysis. He will discuss integrating genomics with other methods and using these techniques to build controlled cell consortia…

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A panel discussion of the conflict in Isreal and Palestine, sponsored by The Institute for Middle East Studies and The School of Medicine and Health Sciences' Anti-Racism Coalition.

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Dr. Ki-Uk Kyung of KAIST and NYU Tandon School of Engineering will present "Are Soft Actuators able to be reinforced for Robotic Interfaces?" for the GW Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Transportation for Smart Health & Smart Cities (GRITS) University Seminar Series.

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Please join the Biomedical Laboratory Sciences (BLS) Department for an upcoming virtual information session geared to provide community college academic advisors with information regarding our Biomedical Laboratory Sciences bachelor's programs.