From special museum exhibits to arts festivals, the Washington, D.C., region has much to offer family, friends, and loved ones visiting for George Washington University’s graduation weekend.
The SMHS research enterprise continues to blossom, and new and updated educational programs are attracting researchers, including those just entering the field.
Innovation and exploration reigned during the Second Annual Medical and Health App Development Workshop at the George Washington University (GW).
Sarah Hornack, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and of pediatrics, was quoted by Healio in an article about recording children's health with movement tracking devices.
Kirsten Brown, PhD, assistant professor of anatomy and regenerative biology, spoke to Gizmodo for an article about why humans have buttocks.
Daniel Z. Lieberman, MD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, spoke to The Washington Post for a video about why people can become stressed and agitated on airplanes.
Anjeni Keswani, MD, assistant professor of medicine, was interviewed live on Good Morning Washington for a segment about how to get through pollen and allergy season.
James Chamberlain, MD, professor of pediatrics and of emergency medicine, spoke to U.S. News & World Report about his study that found caucasian kids and adults are often overtreated more frequently than minority patients.