Tom Russo (row 2, second from rt.) stands with fellow semifinalist judges of the 2016 GW New Venture Competition. In April, the top 10 teams were awarded over $250K worth of cash and in-kind prizes for innovative ideas for new products and/or services. See competition highlights video at https://newventure.gwu.edu.
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At the GW/ICF Research and Evaluation Forum on April 28, 2016, Dr. Linda Birnbaum, director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, discusses how genetic susceptibilities and environmental exposures impact children's health. For more info on the forums, go to https://corporateresearch.gwu.edu/gwicf-research-evaluation-forum.
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From left, SEAS research professor David Nagel, AVP Tom Russo, and President Steven Knapp enjoy a moment talking with GW undergraduate student presenter Matthew Weintraub (far right) about his research poster at the 10th annual SEAS R&D Student Showcase where presenters competed for more than $32K in prizes on Feb. 24, 2016.
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On Feb. 24, 2016, graduate student Angel Moreno and undergraduate student Jessica Hinke stand after receiving the OICR-sponsored Randolph A. Graves Innovation Award at the 10th annual SEAS Student R&D Showcase. From left, GW Mentor-in-Residence Randolph A. Graves Jr., Moreno, Hinke, SEAS Dean David Dolling, and OICR AVP Tom Russo.
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The federal government's Precision Medicine Initiative framed the panel discussion, “21st Century Research: At the Crossroads Between Clinical and Population Sciences," hosted by GW and ICF International at the Jack Morton Auditorium.
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GW Office of Industry and Corporate Research AVP Tom Russo presents opening remarks for the panel discussion “21st Century Research: At the Crossroads Between Clinical and Population Sciences" hosted by GW and ICF International at the Jack Morton Auditorium.
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“The best treatment is prevention and early detection,” the George Washington University Cancer Center Director Eduardo Sotomayor told the audience at the Jack Morton Auditorium during the panel discussion, “21st Century Research: At the Crossroads Between Clinical and Population Sciences.”
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“We will probably look back on this era and laugh about the fact that our cancer risk screening and prediction models did not include factors beyond age,” National Cancer Institute Director of the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences Robert Croyle said at the panel discussion, “21st Century Research: At the Crossroads Between Clinical
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GW and ICF International leadership pose together before the panel discussion on "21st Century Research: At the Crossroads Between Clinical and Population Sciences."
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VWR Sales Rep Michelle Carlson and GW's Tom Russo enjoying a vendor fair at the Science and Engineering Hall where many researchers were able to meet and mingle with equipment suppliers and demo the latest technologies.
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FEI's Vice President for Marketing John Williams participates in GW's Share Fair in April 2015, demonstrating the amazing ability of electron microscopes to capture images of objects at the micro-level. Many of the images were used in National Geographic's IMAX film "Mysteries of the Unseen World."
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Ms. Morgridge being interviewed by a member of the press corps at Share Fair 2015. Hosted by the GSEHD in conjunction with the Morgridge Family Foundation and Smithsonian Science Education Center, Share Fair creates opportunities for young people to experience learning outside the classroom.
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GW Trustee and U.S. Army veteran Mark Shenkman and his wife Roselind with retired Vice Admiral Mel Williams at a wreath laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. This ceremony, GW's first, was coordinated by the Office of Industry and Corporate Research in November 2013.
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Employees of the various companies that fall under the Danaher family pose together at GW's Research Days Vendor Showcase.
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GW Leadership pose outside of the Beckman Coulter "Discovery in Motion" mobile lab parked on campus as a part of Research Days.
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Members of the Korean Technopark Association listen to a presentation from Jim Chung, director of GW's Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
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Visitors from Sandia National Labs in New Mexico listen to Prof. Phillipe Bardet explain his research.
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