The top leader for the School of Nursing, a small but growing college that has accelerated enrollment and research since forming in 2010, said Wednesday that she will step down at the end of the next academic year.
Crable’s resignation was announced in a brief letter to hospital employees eight days before his departure Sept. 30, but the change in leadership was only made public Friday through an article in the Washington Business Journal.
A distilled water pipe ruptured in Ross Hall Saturday, prompting University officials to switch off the line until it is repaired. “Full damage estimates have yet to be determined — equipment and systems will be assessed to determine the extent of the damages,” Michael Chapman, assistant vice president for media, marketing and communications for the Medical […]
The National Institutes of Health has awarded The GW Medical Center with a $1.17 million grant to research the costs of cancer treatment, the medical center announced last week. The grant will be used to explore treatment costs in relation to quality of care – essentially determining whether the is the quality of care is […]