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Aperiomics awarded "Health & Life Sciences Innovator of the Year"

May 12, 2016

Aperiomics, an I-Corps start-up company mentored by Tom Russo, awarded Innovator of the Year by Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

Children’s Health Problems Stem from ‘A Soup of Exposures’

May 02, 2016

Research and Evaluation Forum explores effects of environmental stressors on childhood health.

Children’s Health Problems Stem from ‘A Soup of Exposures’

May 02, 2016

Research and Evaluation Forum explores effects of environmental stressors on childhood health.

GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences signs $250K corporate partnership with Otsuka America Pharmaceutical

January 15, 2016

Under the three-year agreement, GW’s principal investigator Dr. Qing Zeng will provide research support for Otsuka in central nervous system disorders and treatment.

GW's Program on Extremism Releases Report

December 01, 2015

After the Office of Industry & Corporate Research raises $750,000 to fund a long-term study in GW's Program on Extremism, the first report has been released.

GW's Program on Extremism Releases Report

December 01, 2015

After the Office of Industry & Corporate Research raises $750,000 to fund a long-term study in GW's Program on Extremism, the first report has been released.

Experts Say Cancer Research Should Focus on Prevention

December 01, 2015

George Washington University and ICF International explore new directions for personalized medicine with patients at its core.

Zhenyu Li receives $2M NIH grant

September 05, 2015

Professor Zhenyu Li has received a four-year $2 million National Institutes o

GW Announces New STEM Academy

August 11, 2015

By Ruth Steinhardt

Top Medical Oncologist to Head GW Cancer Center

May 28, 2015

Under Eduardo M. Sotomayor’s leadership, the new center will aim for a prestigious National Cancer Institute designation.

Apple CEO Tim Cook Urges Graduates to Find Their ‘North Star’

May 17, 2015

Mr. Cook awarded honorary degrees at GW 2015 Commencement.

E-Cigarettes: A Cause for Alarm? Public Health Experts Say the Research Isn’t Clear

May 11, 2015

Panelists at GW discuss challenges regulating and measuring long-term impacts of tobacco alternatives.

FEI Partners With the George Washington University to Equip New Science & Engineering Hall

April 27, 2015

Suite of new high-performance microscopes will be used for cutting-edge experiments at GW's new research facility