Standing on the stage in GW's Jack Morton Auditorium on Feb. 7, Senators Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) debated the state of the U.S. health care system — with Cruz calling for total repeal of the Affordable Care Act, and Sanders...
Stephen J. Teach, M.D., M.P.H., chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Children’s National Health System, talks about the relationship between allergies and asthma and the future in asthma care.
Researchers at GW's School of Medicine and Health Sciences investigate how to manipulate the genes of the schistosome parasite to disrupt its ability to survive and infect people.
As most of Washington, D.C., slept during the early hours of Jan. 20, a group of School of Medicine and Health Sciences students made their way to the National Mall to assist with medical aid at the Presidential Inauguration.
Patients suffering from various diseases can benefit from different forms of exercise, and George Washington's Josh Woolstenhulme, Ph.D., D.P.T., is using his degrees in physical therapy and rehabilitation physiology to help figure out the most...
Innovative proposals from George Washington University M.D. students created during 2015’s HIV clinical public health summit are now part of Washington, D.C.’s new HIV/AIDS Action Plan.
At December’s GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences clinical public health summit, “How Clinicians Can Help Create an AIDS-Free Generation,” first-year M.D. students learned firsthand how they could turn the tide on HIV.
A dry eye was hard to find in the crowded auditorium of GW Hospital on Trauma Survivors' Day — the stories patients told about the care they received were both heartrending and inspiring.
GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences' Marijane Hynes, M.D., and Paul Lin, M.D., offered two views on obesity during November’s “Frontiers in Medicine” symposium.