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October 08, 2020 Alumni NewsFeatured News

This year's SMHS Reunion Weekend went fully virtual and included activities, like Health meets Food, which offered alumni a hands-on culinary medicine session in which they cooked in their own kitchens.

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In the past few months remdesivir has become a household name as an important therapeutic used in the fight against COVID-19. On Oct. 4, the leading researcher behind the treatment, Richard Whitley, MD ’71, of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), discussed COVID-19 and remdesivir.

The Washington Post - Is Subway’s Bread Actually Bread?
October 08, 2020 Faculty in the Media

Timothy S. Harlan, MD, executive director of the GW Culinary Medicine Program and associate professor of medicine, spoke to The Washington Post about the unnecessary sugars added to some foods.

It’s hard to recall a more important time for groundbreaking scientific research when it comes to the health and safety of the United States than in the past six months; by October the country had recorded more than 7 million cases of the novel coronavirus, and the global toll passed 1 million fa

October 06, 2020 Announcement

Dean Barbara Lee Bass offers words of appreciation for our GW SMHS physician assistants during PA Week.

October 05, 2020 Announcement

The COVID-19 pandemic, the health impacts of racism, and further recognition of the role environmental and social inequities play in determining a person’s health are just a few of the important public and population health issues that confront our communities, institutions, and patients. 

September 30, 2020 Press Release

Building on its widely recognized KastleSafeSpaces health safety and security platform, Kastle Systems announced today it is partnering with a multidisciplinary team from GW to provide safe and efficient returns to the workplace for their tenants and clients in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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September 30, 2020 Crisis ResponseFeatured News

Free flu vaccines will be available to students, faculty, and staff with on campus access this fall starting on Oct. 5