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September 12, 2012 Featured News

The 1960s was an era of social change, a time when a number of medical corpsmen were returning home from the Vietnam War searching for a way to re-enter the medical practice arena.

September 12, 2012 Faculty in the Media

Howard J. Bennett, M.D., clinical professor of pediatrics, contributed an article to the Huffington Post advising parents about fevers in children.

September 11, 2012 Press Release

Arjun Joshi, M.D., assistant professor of surgery, is an expert in advances in the treatment of oral diseases and can speak on inquiries related to World Oral Health Day. The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) has pioneered the use of salivary endoscopy as

September 10, 2012 Featured News

Change can be a good thing, especially at the George Washington University student-run Healthcare, Education, and Active Living Clinic (HEALing Clinic), where new plans are being put in place that promise more than just healing. The clinic is in the process of launching new initiatives, expanding current programs, and establishing new goals aimed at providing better health care for underserved populations in the Shaw and Anacostia neighborhoods of Washington, D.C.

September 09, 2012 Faculty in the Media

Christina Puchalski, M.D., GW Institute of Spirituality and Healthcare (GWish) director and professor of medicine, spoke to AllHealthcareJobs.com about patient and employee spirituality in the workplace.

September 04, 2012 Press Release

GW Professor Samuel Potolicchio, M.D., director of the neurophysiology center, associate medical director of Center for Sleep Disorders and professor of neurology, is an expert in neurodegenerative disease and can speak on inquiries related to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) study on the inc

August 28, 2012 Press Release

Norman H. Lee, Ph.D., professor of pharmacology at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), received a total of $405,001 in grant funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to continue to study the correlation between genetics and susceptibility to drug abuse.

August 27, 2012 Featured News

For most people it’s not uncommon, after a busy week or a long day of strenuous work or exercise, to fall asleep a little earlier than usual. It’s often a one-time thing and following a good night of sleep they return to their normal routine. For a small segment of the population, however, it’s a life-long problem.