Babak Sarani, MD ’97, RESD ’04, proselytized about the transformation of the GW Hospital Trauma and Critical Care Center to a crowd of alumni in his talk during the 6th Annual Frank N. Miller Lecture.
At the 2017 World Confederation for Physical Therapy in South Africa, a handful of platform presentation awards were announced, with faculty from GW's School of Medicine and Health Sciences scooping up two of them.
Kidney recipient Chadia Yacoubou and kidney donor Claire Merwin met for the first time on Aug. 14. They two represent the 100th kidney exchange through the GW Transplant Institute.
As the white coat slipped over Charlotte Gopinath’s shoulders, she took the first step to becoming a doctor; with the support of her husband and two daughters, ages 3 and 10 months, it’s a path she won’t embark on alone.
Within 24 hours, Villa Nueva, Guatemala, became home to a new PT clinic thanks to the efforts of 26 volunteers from the nonprofit Move Together and community volunteers.
For many in the SMHS Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medicine Program’s first cohort of students, the path to becoming a doctor continues this fall, with eight of the 10 members heading to, or already in, medical school.
George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences third-year MD students met with Washington, D.C., community members in June as part of the Clinical Public Health Summit on Obesity.
GW orthopaedic residents and faculty members presented on cases, new research, and projects at John P. Adams Research Day on June 15, followed by a discussion from guest speaker Paul Sponseller, MD, chief of the Division of Pediatric Orthopaedics...
In a “milestone in an odyssey from the Midwest to the mid-Atlantic,” Anthony-Samuel LaMantia, director of the GW Institute for Neuroscience and professor of pharmacology and physiology at SMHS, became the inaugural Jeffrey Lieberman Professor of...
Reflection, the act of serious thought or consideration, was the theme of the day June 14 as members of the Master Teacher Leadership Development Program Cohort 15 gathered to celebrate their graduation from the program.