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Second-Year Medical Student Cecilia Velarde De La Via discusses the health care experience for members of the Hispanic community and the significance of Hispanic Heritage Month to her.

GW Professor Dr. David Diemert talks about the MonkeyPox Vaccine trial at GW.

The opinion piece written by Leigh A. Frame discusses passing new legislation requiring providers to incorporate nutritional education into healthcare.

Two D.C.-area facilities are recruiting volunteers to test the efficacy of different doses of a monkeypox vaccine with the hope that they can stretch available supplies.

The National Institutes of Health, in Bethesda, Maryland, and George Washington University, in D.C., are among eight…

The Department of Dermatology at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences received two awards from dermatology company Galderma to establish a research fund and a medical student research fellowship.

The Rodham Institute, part of the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences, has been awarded a $713,000 grant from The Washington Home, a charitable foundation, to launch the Geriatric Career Builders Program (GCBP), the first-ever, multi-employer, registered…

The George Washington University (GW) Primary Care program launched a lifestyle medicine track, training residents to help patients make key behavioral changes that can reverse the effects of chronic disease.

The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity U.S. + Global, part of the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity, based at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, is proud to announce its 2023 cohort — 20 global leaders dedicated to combating health…

Researchers at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences received a pair of grants totaling more than $816,000 from Gilead Science, Inc., in support of an 18-month research informed educational initiative, Two in One: HIV+COVID Screening and Testing Model, to study pairing routinize HIV…

The George Washington University will direct more than $50 million to fund 14 endowed professorships, further accelerating the progress of its academic medical enterprise in one of the most significant single investments in university history to support faculty.