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George Washington Bust featured on the Foggy Bottom campus, with cherry blossoms
June 02, 2022 Announcement

Congratulations to the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences faculty members on their promotion and/or tenure, and to the 2022 class of emeriti faculty.

June 02, 2022 Announcement

We take safety in our workplaces very seriously and will continue to work with the University and GW Hospital security to ensure we are providing the highest level of security for our community.

Mandi Pratt-Chapman, PhD ’20
June 02, 2022 Featured News

Mandi Pratt-Chapman, PhD ’20, associate center director with the GW Cancer Center, addresses health care disparities, cancer care, and the LGBTQI community.

From left: Jon C. White, MD, RESD ’87; Christopher Bracey, JD; Barbara L. Bass, MD, RESD ’86; GW President Mark S. Wrighton, PhD; and Anton N. Sidawy, MD, MPH ’99.

Barbara L. Bass, MD, RESD ’86, FACS, vice president for health affairs, dean of the GW SMHS, and chief executive officer of The GW Medical Faculty Associates, was formally installed as the Walter. A Bloedorn Chair of Administrative Medicine at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, May 18, 2022.

From left, PA students and Pap Smear Project members Laura Tiffany, Fatima Elgarguri, Alana Herran, and Abigail King.

A team of physician assistant students at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences received a $10,000 grant for The Pap Smear Project, designed to to address disparities in cervical cancer screening and mortality for uninsured women at the student-run Bridge to Care.

Today, Universal Health Services (UHS) and the George Washington University (GW) announce restructured terms of their long-standing partnership agreement and investment in the George Washington University Hospital (GW Hospital).

Surgeon receiving tool in OR
May 16, 2022 Featured News

Surgeons at the George Washington University (GW) Transplant Institute’s Liver Transplantation Program recently completed the institute’s first liver transplant. The institute expands much needed comprehensive liver care services for residents of Washington, D.C., and the surrounding communities.

Person working in a lab

More than 150 MD program students presented abstracts, poster sessions, and selected oral presentations on a range of disciplines, such as clinical and translational science, clinical public health, and medical education-related research.