As he anticipated the final out in the World Series last November, Ken Akizuki, M.D. ’93, ran from the San Francisco Giants’ clubhouse to the end of a tunnel behind the team’s dugout.
A decade ago, Jennifer Ambroggio, M.D., was a seasoned embryologist living in California with her husband and young child. But something wasn’t quite right. “I felt isolated in the lab,” she remembers.
The business-savvy side of Evelyn Y. Davis appreciates that her physicians at The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates (MFA) work together to keep her healthy. In order to show them just how much she appreciates them, she and the Evelyn Y.
A home can offer shelter, safety, and a sense of belonging, but what if it could also provide a path to self-discovery, or academic achievement, or advancements in research?
Everybody knew H. George Mandel, Ph.D., a faculty member in GW’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences’ (SMHS) Department of Pharmacology and Physiology for over 60 years.