Adam Friedman, MD, associate professor of dermatology, spoke to Buzzfeed for an article about pigmentation caused by use of minocycline, an antibiotic used to treat acne and inflammation.
People are faced with an onslaught of identity challenges. Cultural identity and the understanding of one’s self play into how the brain processes information and in how violence is motivated by one’s identity, topics discussed at the GW Department of Psychiatry’s most recent Grand Rounds.
Students from the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) had the audience in stitches at Follies, an annual event that features dances and skits performed by students.
"It means a lot to me to be a first-generation college student. [My father] instilled in me the value of hard work and the importance of education. Receiving a scholarship has defined my journey through medical school. It’s guided me in choosing what I want to do in the future and the type of doctor I aspire to be for my patients," explains Diana Lee, MD class of 2018.
George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences professors Henry J. Kaminski, MD, chair of the Department of Neurology and Meta Amalia Neumann Professor of Neurology and Linda Kusner, PhD, associate professor of pharmacology and physiology, serve as co-editors of the newly published third edition of the reference book, “Myasthenia Gravis and Related Disorders.”
C. Brandon Mitchell, MD, assistant professor of dermatology, was quoted by the Daily Mail in an article about how showering every day increases risk for skin infection.
J Keith Melancon, MD, medical director of the Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center, director of the GW Transplant Institute, and professor of surgery, spoke to NBC4 for a segment about the GW Transplant Institute and its work to combat
Marijane Hynes, MD, director of the GW Weight Loss Clinic and clinical professor of medicine, spoke to WJLA-ABC7 for a segment about belly wraps and whether or not they are worth the investment.