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Could name a room in the Clinical Learning and Simulation Skills Center.
Could provide a partial tuition scholarship.
Could provide a first-year student with an iPad.
Could send a student to a professional conference.
Could buy a white coat for a PA/PT.

Your Gifts Impact

  • Johnathan Fisk, SMHS '17
    Johnathan Fisk, SMHS '17
    Physician Assistant Candidate, Scholarship Recipient

    “There’s a lot of uncertainty and anxiety about being a health care student. There is very low tolerance for mistakes, there’s high expectations, and it felt like someone really stepped up and made a vote of confidence in me that I received that scholarship. I actually thought about that quite a bit while I was in the program,” explains Johnathan Fisk, a physician assistant student graduating this May. 

  • WASHINGTON (Dec. 8, 2016) — The George Washington University (GW) formally launched the GW Cancer Center with a ribbon-cutting and grand opening celebration the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 7.

    The celebration took place on the eighth floor of the Science and Engineering Hall, where the new GW Cancer Center offices and lab spaces are located. The event signals a historic commitment from GW in the fight against cancer and the commitment to finding a cure.

  • Sormeh Harounzadeh, SMHS ’17
    Sormeh Harounzadeh, SMHS ’17
    Doctor of Medicine Candidate, Adopt-a-Doc Recipient

    Upon graduating from medical school, young physicians frequently begin their careers burdened by significant debt. To address this issue, GW’s Adopt-a-Doc program was established in 2010 to offer alumni and friends the opportunity to support a student throughout four years of medical school. One such benefactor is Thomas Barnett, MD ’87, who provides financial assistance to Sormeh Harounzadeh, SMHS ’17, a registered nurse and 2017 Doctor of Medicine candidate at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

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