The George Washington University’s Institute for Biomedical Sciences (IBS) recently recognized and celebrated its Class of 2022 PhD graduates.
Survivors of life-threatening trauma joined doctors, nurses, physician assistants, and paramedics to celebrate the remarkable effort to overcome their injuries during the 11th annual George Washington University Hospital Trauma Survivor’s Day, Nov. 10.
Candice Johnson, MBA, as the Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She will provide overall strategic direction and oversight for all aspects of academic and student affairs within health sciences.
Ioannis Koutroulis, MD, PhD, MBA, assistant professor of pediatrics, emergency medicine, genomics and precision medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences has been selected to serve as the interim associate dean of the Office of MD Admissions.
The George Washington University Vaccine Research Unit in partnership with Scripps Research, IAVI, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center (FHCC) and the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Vaccine Research Center published the results of their Phase 1…
The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences Community Medi-Corps Program – Immersive Learning Center receives silver E-Learning Award in the Blended Learning Experience category from the International E-Learning Association.
The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences name Jennifer Keller, MD, MPH ’07, RESD ’07, FACOG, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology, to lead the new Office of Professional and Respectful Learning. The office will foster an inclusive learning environment…
Reza Eftekhar, DC, adjunct assistant professor of clinical research and leadership, dispels some myths and discusses chronic neck and back pain and the potential for relief offered by chiropractic treatments on a Nov. 22, 2022 edition of DC News Now.
Though antiretroviral therapy has made HIV a manageable disease, people living with HIV often suffer from chronic inflammation. This can put them at an increased risk of developing comorbidities such as cardiovascular disease and neurocognitive dysfunction, impacting the longevity and quality of…
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.