Moving Forward in Global Health

As we move forward in global health, hope springs from these rising efforts to work together internationally, crossing borders to share data and resources, blurring the boundaries of division. Human ingenuity and care for the greater good—so we can all enjoy the din.

Read Editor Jane Varner Malhotra’s full letter »

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Check Up: News & Research

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An innovative data-sharing technology developed at Georgetown will be used to improve the National HIV Surveillance System through a $2 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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“We have long tried to make sense of senses, studying how the brain represents our multisensory world,” says the study’s senior investigator, Maximilian Riesenhuber, PhD.

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World of Choices

In September, generations of Med Hoyas connected in person at the World of Choices event to discuss career steps such as residency, training, education, and research. Nearly 50 medical students and 20 medical alumni from different specialties attended the program, organized by GUMC Engagement & Annual Giving. While this event last occurred in 2015, plans are to convene on an annual basis going forward.

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Issues in Bioethics

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Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) partnered with the Catholic University of America with support from the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA) to create a Master of Arts…

On Campus

Anne E. O'Donnell

Anne E. O’Donnell (M’82, R’85, W’87), professor of medicine and chief of the division of pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, has been tapped as…

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In a time when secondhand suffering as a caregiver can lead to vicarious trauma, Hope Ferdowsian, MD, MPH, adjunct associate professor of microbiology and immunology at the School of Medicine,…

Alumni Connections

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“We are more powerful together than we are apart.”…

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