Research discovery and translation to practice are at the core of the mission for George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences. By accelerating research excellence, enhancing innovation and advancing translation, our goal is to discover new knowledge and improve clinical care.
The scientific workforce formed of highly educated researchers and scientists-in training, clinician investigators as well as skilled technical support, project managers and core staff together contribute to research discovery. Training the next generation of biomedical scientists is a key goal.
Funding and support obtained from federal and non-federal grants and contracts, private industry investment and philanthropy is essential to sustain our research programs. We provide funding opportunities and strategies to gain support.
Adam Friedman, MD, professor of dermatology at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and his team investigated the use of nanotechnology to improve efinaconazole treatment and make it more cost effective.
Research published in Cancer Cell by George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center researcher Alexandros Tzatsos, MD, PhD, found an important connection between the KDM6A gene and the most aggressive form of pancreatic cancer.