Kavita Parikh, MD, associate professor of pediatrics, spoke to MD Magazine for an article about her research on the impact robust discharge procedures can have on lowering return hospitalizations of children with asthma.
Surgery can be difficult to teach using only books and papers, but talking to experts in the craft can provide the boost a young medical professional needs to become a great surgeon, says Harry C. Miller, MD. Forging that connection is one of the goals of the annual Dr. Harry C. Miller Visiting Professorship Symposium and Reception.
The George Washington University’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the Milken Institute School of Public Health are joining forces to prepare clinician-leaders to help drive the changing health care landscape, improve broad health systems, promote the health of communities, and engage in scholarly inquiry. Starting in the summer of 2018, students will have the option of earning an MD with an MPH or an MD with a Graduate Certificate in Public Health.
Babak Sarani, MD, director of trauma and acute care medicine and associate professor of surgery and of emergency medicine, spoke to The Washington Post in a video explaining what bullets do when they enter the body.
Nathaniel DeNicola, MD, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, commented to Vox for an article about a new study that found a possible link between the radiation given off by cell phones and miscarriages.
Adam Friedman, MD, associate professor of dermatology, spoke to Reader's Digest for an article discussing skin allergy myths.
Clinicians and researchers from the Department of Dermatology at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences will present poster at the American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting starting Feb. 16.
Michael Knight, MD, assistant professor of medicine, spoke to BBC News for an article about the science behind feeling "hangry," following a tweet from Olympian Chloe Kim using the term.