The GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences hosted its first Student Debt Symposium, designed to raise awareness and promote solutions to health education debt.
Participants in the multimillion-dollar National Institutes of Health BELIEVE grant gather in Washington, D.C. for their first meeting.
Tiana Garrett, Ph.D., M.P.H., discussed Zika virus updates from an epidemiological perspective in a Sept. 12 lecture.
SMHS first- and second-year M.D. program students and doctor of physical therapy students participate in Community Service Day, held Aug. 30.
Members of the M.D. Class of 2020 joined the SMHS community at the White Coat and Honor Code Ceremony on Aug. 6.
The GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences hosted a Town Hall to discuss racial bias on July 13.
Ravi Thadhani, M.D., M.P.H., discussed research and potential treatment options at the annual Irene Tamagna Lecture on Hypertension.
GW physicians discuss travel strategies for avoiding illnesses, like the Zika virus and malaria, at the June Frontiers in Medicine lecture.
Health Sciences graduates of the Class of 2016 received awards and their diplomas at the annual ceremony May 14.
Nancy Sherman, Ph.D., discussed the importance of addressing the emotional wounds of combat during the 36th Annual Daniel S. Prager, M.D., Endowment Lecture.