A former professor is at the center of federal investigations into the use of a controversial drug during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new floor will now be able to accommodate 48 additional patient beds, academic medicine facilities, a newborn delivery unit and a certified trauma center.
DC Health and Mayor Muriel Bowser announced all three monkeypox vaccine clinics will transition to walk-up services only starting Sept. 23.
Officials said the school evolved from a subsection of the University’s academic medical enterprise to an independent and highly ranked institution.
Officials said masks will be optional on all GW facilities but are required in instructional settings, transportation and health care facilities.
DC Health has reported 450 monkeypox cases in the District since late May.
D.C. Department of Health is providing free updated COVID-19 booster shots at walk-up clinics in each of the eight wards.
SMHS will lead an education initiative for primary care practitioners to improve communication about HIV and COVID-19 between minority patients.
Officials said the indoor mask mandate would stay in place ”at this time,” placing GW as the only major university in D.C. requiring masks in all indoor settings.
A music professor is using his research about disco music’s influence on politics and race to teach two courses this semester.