International and domestic kidney care experts will gather in Jack Morton Auditorium from May 21 to 23 to discuss recent innovations in kidney care.
Speakers at the Elliott School of International Affairs’ graduation ceremony told students Friday to volunteer their time and effort toward public service.
Speakers charged graduates to find passion in their work at the Milken Institute School of Public Health commencement celebration Thursday.
Six percent of the nursing school faculty members are male despite a nearly 50 percent increase in total faculty members over the past five years.
The medical school raised more than $31,000 last month in the first-ever “Match4Match” challenge. The money will fund student scholarships.
Faculty and researchers in health and science departments are using podcasts as a means to communicate research projects.
An upward trend in free access to research publications could expand research opportunities for faculty and students at GW, officials said.
GW’s largest medical entity is providing its patients with a mobile app, Babyscripts, to improve maternal health care.
Federal research grants have increased by nearly 50 percent in the medical school over the past five years.
The Office of the Vice President for Research will increase its funding for research focused on creating new medical therapies and procedures.