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A Real Knockout in Gene Editing

Georgetown Professor Recognized for Historic Breakthrough. To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Cancer Research, the journal’s editors picked 50 landmark studies that were scientifically significant and influential at both the time of publication and today. Read More

Todd Waldman, MD, PhD

Cancer Research Explores Paternal Obesity

Obese male mice and normal weight female mice produce female pups that are overweight from birth through childhood, and have delayed development of their breast tissue as well as increased rates of breast cancer. Read More

adult hand holding baby

Global Health Experts Join Georgetown

“The better a country’s public health systems are, the sooner it can recognize that something abnormal is happening, the faster they can do something about it, and the more lives they are able to save.” — Rebecca Katz Read More

Rebecca Katz (left) and colleagues Aurelia Attal-Juncqua and Julie Fischer consult on emerging global health threats.

White Coats On for the Class of 2020

No matter the path they were on, the 196 students that make up the Georgetown University School of Medicine Class of 2020 are now moving forward on the same journey, with cura personalis at the core. Read More

people putting on white coats

Better Bystanders

“The mission of our organization is to empower and better equip communities around the world to be prepared to safely and efficiently act in any situation in which CPR is required.” — Brandon Ferrell Read More

people practicing CPR

The Doctor Is Out

When they first dissect a frog, or maybe first peer through a microscope, many doctors- to-be begin to dream about a career in medicine, long before they ever apply to medical school. Not Matt Wilson. Read More