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From living rooms and backyards across the country, the SMHS MD Program Class of 2020 participated in a virtual graduation celebration.
Be innovative. Be collaborative. Be just. That was the charge to students during the graduation ceremony for health sciences programs.
When the clock struck noon instead of gathering in Ross Hall, SMHS fourth-years celebrated around computer monitors.
GW was recognized as being in the top 20 in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs.
PA students took time off from classes and studying to head to Capitol Hill to support their future profession.
A consortium led by researchers from GW received renewal of a grant from the FDA for its BioCompute Object Specification Project.
SMHS Department of Dermatology fellow Kamaria Nelson, MD, and MD student Chapman Wei, were awarded research grants from La Fondation La Roche-Posay.
The GW Health Village featured presentations from health experts as well as health screenings.
George Washington University (GW) selected Jonathan Agree to serve as the new associate vice president of health and medicine.
For most people, the link between the arts and health is a crooked line, but take a closer look and you can find many examples of the arts playing