May 29, 2019
Jeffrey S. Akman, MD ’81, RESD ’85, vice president for health affairs, Walter A. Bloedorn Professor of Administrative Medicine, and dean of the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), was one of three recipients of the 43rd Annual George Washington Award…
May 29, 2019
Congrats to the MD program awards winners in the Class of 2019
May 12, 2019
The GW Cancer Center is pleased to announce the establishment of the Dr. Cyrus Katzen Family Director of the GW Cancer Center, thanks to a generous gift from GW alumnus and former Board of Trustee member, Jay Katzen, BA ’67, MD ’72.
April 2, 2019
Congratulations to Kofi Essel, MD, MPH, on being recognized by the National Minority Quality Forum for his advocacy and research.
March 24, 2019
In 1953, John P. Adams, MD, became chair of the SMHS Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, and more than 60 years later he watched the installation of Raj Rao, MD, as the inaugural John P. Adams Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery.
March 17, 2019
For more than 70 years, the James D. Bruce Memorial Award for Distinguished Contributions in Preventive Medicine has been presented by the ACP for contributions in preventative medicine. In 2019, GW's Lawrence “Bopper” Deyton, MD ’85, MSPH, joined the list of award winners.
February 4, 2019
"A Modern Contagion" by Amir Afkhami, MD, Phd, discusses how outbreaks of cholera have influenced the development of modern Iran.
January 30, 2019
The Physical Therapy Program at SMHS celebrated 20 years at GW during their anniversary celebration in January.
January 29, 2019
George Washington University (GW) Vice President for Health Affairs and Dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) Jeffrey S. Akman, MD ’81, RESD ’85, announced Jan. 17, that he will step down from his roles as vice president and SMHS dean following eight years in the administrative…
December 5, 2018
When Gordon S. Moshman, MD ’78, was accepted to medical school, he thought he might want to be a surgeon. The high costs of a medical education, however, left him looking for alternatives.