Pfizer has launched a Phase 3 study of its RSV vaccine candidate and researchers at the George Washington University are studying the vaccine’s safety and ability to trigger an immune response in two groups of people at risk for severe illness caused by respiratory syncytial virus or RSV.
A new combination drug treatment showed promising results in patients with pan-refractory, recurrent/metastatic head and neck cancer, according to a study published today in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
GW physician Brad Moore, MD, MPH ’95, offers some tips to avoid the pitfalls of weight-loss resolutions and achieve those goals to live healthier in the new year.
Marijane Hynes, MD ’94, sat down with WDVM-25, DC News Now, to discuss rising food prices and tactics to trim your grocery bill while still eating healthy.
Tara Palmore, MD, an infectious disease physician and the hospital epidemiologist for George Washington University Hospital discusses the cases of the early surge in cases. 
Janani Rangaswami, MD, director of the cardiorenal program at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., said the new study provides doctors the means to help patients understand the value of statins versus supplements.
Cold and flu season is upon us, and this year respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, has joined the COVID-19 variants as complicating factors. Learn how to tell the difference among them and what you can do to protect yourself.
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 locations…
Michael G. Knight, MD, MSHP, associate chief quality and population health officer at the George Washington University (GW) Medical Faculty Associates and assistant professor of medicine at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, was named a member of the AMA Council on Ethical and…
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.