Researchers from the Milken School of Public Health found catching COVID-19 while pregnant can increase the risk of death by seven times.
The vaccine developed by SMHS researchers achieved a 97 percent success rate, more than 66 percent higher than any other HIV vaccine.
Officials announced a partnership with AcademicLiveCare to provide free counseling, urgent medical care, therapy and psychiatry appointments.
Interim University President Mark Wrighton walked back GW’s earlier projection for the MFA break even by the end of fiscal year 2023 Friday.
GW researchers developed two vaccines using mRNA technology that could be the first to limit the infection and transmission of malaria.
The NIH granted GW less than $80 million for research last fiscal year compared to $111,931,263 million in FY 2019.
As new administrators arrived, University decisions, free speech disputes and abortion rights advocacy stirred debate across campus and the country.
The report details 380 cases of sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, pregnancy and parental support and domestic violence.
The NIH awarded a public health professor a grant earlier this month to analyze the effects of gun violence on youth in communities with crime rates in D.C.
DC Health officials have recorded 532 positive flu cases in D.C. since Oct. 7, which is 498 more cases than the total positive cases in the last seven years.