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Eden Dejene, PhD '20, seeks a variety of research interests at GW and beyond.
Researchers at SMHS, led by Abigail Polter, PhD, received a $2.2 million grant from the NIH for a study on chronic stress.
The university is one of approximately 90 sites in the United States selected to participate in clinical trials.
A consortium led by researchers from GW received renewal of a grant from the FDA for its BioCompute Object Specification Project.
SMHS was recently awarded its first-ever National Institutes of Health T-32 research training grant from the National Cancer Institute.
In April 2018, aligning with French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit to Washington, D.C., a collaboration between the George Washington University
Researchers at GW Investigate Ways to Improve Caregiver, Clinician Communication
SMHS Updates, Increases Facilities to Expand Faculty Accessibility
In March 2017, Raja Mazumder, Ph.D., associate professor of biochemistry and molecular medicine at the George Washington University School of Medic
A new technology, bioelectric impedance cardiography (ZCG), which assesses blood flow in the chest to make inferences about heart function, may lea