Faculty and students from the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences partnered with the Endocrine Society to organize a health fair at the Peruvian Consulate in Washington, D.C.
GW Hospital hosted its 6th Annual Trauma Survivors Day, reuniting trauma patients with their care teams
During the Frontiers in Medicine lecture in October, Jonathan Reiner, MD, and Cynthia Tracy, MD, shared innovations in cardiology.
Norman Lee, PhD, and Catherine Bollard, MD, were recognized for their research in cancer at the 2017 Faculty Research Awards.
Robert Siegel, MD '77, was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, the highest honor given to alumni by the university and the GW Alumni Association.
The GW PA Program invited students, faculty, staff, preceptors, alumni, and friends to the PA Week reception to celebrate 50 years of the profession.
The Office of International Medicine Programs welcomed participants, faculty, and staff to the annual event, which included recognition of outstanding faculty and the accomplishments of the program.
SMHS invited the Class of 1967 back to campus for Reunion Weekend and honored them with a luncheon where they were inducted into the H Street Society.
First- and second-year MD students participated in Community Service Day this year. The students worked on crafts for organizations that benefit children and animals.
The SMHS medical laboratory sciences program hosted a two-week summer immersion program for Loudoun County high school students at VSTC.