Researchers in the public health school authored a study finding that traffic pollution causes 4 million cases of childhood asthma annually.
A faculty report released last week could help administrators in an ongoing effort to bolster GW’s research reputation, experts said.
The Cross-Disciplinary Intramural Funding program has awarded more than half a million dollars to interdisciplinary researchers since its launch in 2016.
Two residents in the medical school published a study last week finding that transgender individuals face a higher risk of heart attack than cisgender patients.
Officials plan to roll out a series of new simulation programs this year through the GW Nursing Simulation Initiatives, which launched late last month.
An associate director in the GW Cancer Center has received more than $4 million to help fund and develop solutions to prevent and control cancer.
The law school now houses an online database stocked with information on music copyright infringement cases.
SA presidential candidate SJ Matthews said her experience as the president of RHA has prepped her to lead the student government.
The public health school has seen a nearly 150 percent increase in tenured and tenure-track faculty over the past decade.
Dozens of faculty will gather at an Elliott School conference this month to share their research and collaborate on new projects related to water.