This year, fourth-year medical students at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences will participate in a Match Day ceremony on Friday, March 16.
Katherine Chretien, MD, assistant dean for student affairs and associate professor of medicine at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, was elected as president-elect for the Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine (CDIM).
The GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences has a variety of experts available to discuss chronic kidney disease, hypertension, and kidney care during Kidney Health Month.
The National Institutes of Health recently awarded more than $2.4 million to a research team at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, to study how cell stress in the brain could impact the risk of obesity-induced hypertension.
Katherine Chretien, MD, assistant dean for student affairs and associate professor of medicine, created a guidebook for those navigating both medical careers and motherhood, based on her popular blog and online community, Mothers in Medicine.
Researchers at GW and the University of Georgia are partners in a project that will soon be able to provide a way for questions asked by those studying glycoscience to be answered by big data.
Joshua Woolstenhulme, DPT, PhD, assistant professor of physical therapy and health care sciences, received a $130,000 grant from the Cure JM Foundation.