Kidney recipient Chadia Yacoubou and kidney donor Claire Merwin met for the first time on Aug. 14. They two represent the 100th kidney exchange through the GW Transplant Institute.
SMHS alumni help shape the future, offering financial assistance for the next generation of GW medical students.
SMHS hosts the year-long program, Upward Bound, which provides access and exposure for local high school students who will be the first-generation of college students in their families.
For many in the SMHS Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medicine Program’s first cohort of students, the path to becoming a doctor continues this fall, with eight of the 10 members heading to, or already in, medical school.
The SMHS medical laboratory sciences program hosted a two-week summer immersion program for Loudoun County high school students at VSTC.