A Milken professor said capping Medicare funds for graduate medical education can free up more than $1 billion.
Students with chronic illnesses said their symptoms sometimes hinders their ability to attend class and maintain a social life.
The Disabled Students Collective is working to institute quiet spaces at career events and broaden communications accessibility at GW.
Andrew Barr, a visiting assistant professor of anthropology, co-authored a report detailing the effects of large animal extinctions on ecosystems.
Student leaders focused on encouraging sustainable habits are working to boost involvement in environmental projects.
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens will no longer attend a planned discussion on civil discourse with SMPA professor Dave Karpf later this month.
An assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology co-authored a report detailing how health care providers can teach patients how to avoid toxic chemicals.
Milken researchers will contribute to a study on opioid prescription patterns and pain management women experience after C-section deliveries.
Students alleged that the CHC lacks administrative organization and a sufficient number of staff to accommodate students’ health care needs.
The NIH awarded the medical school a $22 million grant last month to support a repository of HIV-associated cancer tissue.