Funding is vital to biomedical research, but finding funding opportunities and applying for them often feels more daunting than the science itself, especially for new investigators. Now, a new offering from SMHS is making that process easier than...
To give students at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences the ability to enrich their medical education overseas without adding to the debt they accrue during school, the GW International Medicine Programs provides myriad scholarship...
The main gym at Catholic University of America on Sept. 29 was a cacophony of laughter and chatter as health care professionals and students provided health services and education for young Special Olympics athletes.
The National Institutes of Health is embarking on a phase II trial of a DNA-based Zika vaccine, with the goal of enrolling almost 2,500 participants at sites, including one in Brazil run by GW faculty, spread across countries where the virus has...
The cliché “you are what you eat” may not be true in the literal sense, but when it comes to a healthy lifestyle, dietary decisions play a considerable role. This is especially true for people combating chronic disease.
Collaborations in biomedical research are vital, and a new tool offered by the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences will help researchers plug into the wealth of expertise across the university and its affiliates.
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.