Laura Doggett, founder and creative director of the documentary project, received the SMHS Daniel S. Prager Award for Opening the Human Spirit.
Surgery can be difficult to teach using only books and papers, but talking to experts in the craft can provide the boost a young medical professional needs to become a great surgeon, says Harry C. Miller, MD. Forging that connection is one of the goals of the annual Dr. Harry C. Miller Visiting...
On a typical weekday, Elliott Jermyn, PT ’01, ATC, rises before the sun and makes his way to Redskins Park in Ashburn, Virginia.
First-year students at the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) gathered in the Marvin Center in mid-December to learn about, and make their mark on, the national HIV/AIDS strategy in the United States.
Looking at a winning submission for the first-ever SMHS Art of Science Contest, one might not know the bright purple and green colors represent olfactory bulb interneurons and astrocytes in the brain; but that’s the beauty of art: there’s more to it than meets the eye.