GW Research Days

Students at SMHS, GW School of Nursing, and the Milken Institute School of Public Health at GW present posters during the second day of GW Research Days.
SMHS medical students present their work during the second day of Research Days.
On the second day of the 22nd annual GW Research Days, School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) students had a chance to show off their work outside the classroom to their peers and the SMHS community.
The second day of the event featured health and medicine projects, as well as award-winning student research.
More than 280 posters highlighting basic science research projects to translational efforts were presented at Health and Medicine Research Day.
The 19th Annual GW Research Days showcased health-related research from SMHS students and residents, April 2.
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