A new lecture series from the Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorder Institute (ANDI) at the George Washington University (GW) aims to connect researchers, faculty members, and students from across the university whose fields of expertise are relevant to the study of autism.
In September 1933, the Pittsburgh Steelers, then called the Pittsburgh Pirates, took to the gridiron for the first time to play the New York Giants.
Looking at a winning submission for the first-ever SMHS Art of Science Contest, one might not know the bright purple and green colors represent olfactory bulb interneurons and astrocytes in the brain; but that’s the beauty of art: there’s more to it than meets the eye.
Guillermo “Memo” V. Sanchez (‘13) may not wear a superhero costume with a “DD” on his chest, but he is about to transform into a public health hero: a Disease Detective.
Experts in orthopaedic surgery gathered at the Cosmos Club in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6 to learn from their colleagues in the field, and to honor one of their own.