Winter 2024


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A conversation with nurse-bioethicist Christine Grady (N’74, G’93) and her husband, new faculty member Anthony Fauci

Meet five alumnae who developed a friendship at the School of Medicine and eventually wrote a book together.

Learn about the many aspects of well-being, a signature focus for the School of Health’s research and academic missions.

Print Edition

Read the print edition of the Winter 2024 issue online.

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Student Point of View: Focusing on sustainable health solutions in rural India

Through their student-run organization, Project RISHI (Rural India Social and Health Improvement), Georgetown undergraduate students including those from the School of Health and the College of Arts & Sciences are partnering with local nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to address population health problems such as anemia and malnutrition through education and the use of sustainable health products.

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Reflections on Health with Joseph Branda, M.D. (M’72), Radiologist

I grew up in Hoboken, New Jersey, and went to college at Seton Hall University. I continued on to Georgetown’s medical school, which felt like a friendly place with a sense of warmth, like home. When I left for medical school, my mom wrote out recipes for me. In an Italian family, the main room in the house is the kitchen.


Fast-moving fundraiser

Georgetown Special Master’s Program (SMP) students participated in the Wheel 2 Win wheelchair basketball tournament to benefit the United Spinal Metro DC Chapter.

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From the Archives

Originally located at 35th & N Streets NW, Georgetown’s hospital moved to Reservoir Road in 1950. Today the newly expanded facility includes a host of amenities designed for efficiency and well-being.

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Book Corner

Surgeon’s memoirs offer an inside look

Mia Jenkins, M.D. (M’23) shares her calling
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Who are you called to be?

Georgetown’s drive to do its best work, to help meet the world’s most profound needs, has shaped centuries of growth and progress at the university. Today, the Georgetown community is called to take on challenges more complex than ever.

Pictured: Mia Jenkins, M.D. (M’23)

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