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February 10, 2022 Featured News

Janeale Gottlieb-George discusses the importance of self-care, what changes she would like to see for Black medical and health sciences students, and what Black History Month means to her.

February 10, 2022 Announcement

Roger Ideishi, JD, OT/L, program director of the occupational therapy doctorate program and professor of health, human function, and rehabilitation sciences at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, was named one of 50 cultural leaders by the Kennedy Center.

February 08, 2022 Announcement

Mandi Pratt-Chapman, PhD, associate center director for patient-centered initiatives and health equity at the GW Cancer Center, and Hannah Arem, PhD, scientific director of implementation science at MedStar Health Research Institute, received a $5 million cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control to help reduce inequities among cancer survivors in Washington, D.C. 

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February 08, 2022 AnnouncementResearch News

The GW Postdoctoral Primary Care Research Training Program (P-CART) is currently accepting applications for immediate and July 2022 appointments.

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The George Washington University’s (GW) online bachelor’s degree programs housed in School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) were ranked 14th in 2021, up from 19th last year, by U.S. News & World Report. The school’s online bachelor’s degree programs for veterans were tapped as 8th best in the country in the 2021 Best Online Bachelor’s Programs.

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George Washington University (GW) faculty member Nathan Smith, PhD, assistant professor of pediatrics and of pharmacology and physiology at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, was elected to the 2021 class of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellows, in the category of neuroscience.

Julie E. Bauman
January 26, 2022 AnnouncementFeatured News

The renowned cancer clinician and researcher starts her new position in March 2022.

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January 26, 2022 Press Release

George Washington University researchers have developed a blood test that quickly detects if someone has COVID-19 and predicts how severely the immune system will react to the infection, according to a new study coming out today in PLOS One. The findings could one day lead to a powerful tool to help doctors determine the best treatment plan for people with COVID-19.