As co-leader of the U.S.-China Global Health Working Group, Jennifer Bouey, PhD, MPH, MBBS, associate professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, leads a bilateral, multidisciplinary team of U.S. and Chinese researchers collaborating to address pandemic preparedness, migration and related challenges.

Colleagues, family members, friends and patients of Anne E. O'Donnell, MD (M'82), a professor of medicine at Georgetown University and chief of the division of pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, recently joined her in celebrating her investiture as the new Nehemiah and Naomi Cohen Chair in Pulmonary Disease Research.


Members of the Georgetown Lombardi community came together in the chapel at MedStar Georgetown for the third annual poetry cafe, organized by Georgetown Lombardi's Arts & Humanities program.

Kathryn Taylor, PhD, professor of oncology and a member of Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, is leading two National Cancer Institute-funded smoking cessation intervention programs.
 




All GUMC faculty, staff, AAPs and students are encouraged to take the first-ever Research Services Survey from the Office of the Dean for Research. Learn more here.

Georgetown Student Selected for NIH Medical Research Scholars
The National Institutes of Health has selected Cameron Fick (M'19) as one of only 37 students for its 2018-2019 Medical Research Scholars Program class. The program helps cultivate future physician-scientists by immersing them in basic, clinical and translational research and providing them with mentorship training along the way.

Amri Delivers VUIM Commencement Address
Hakima Amri, PhD, professor in the department of biochemistry and cellular and molecular biology and the division of integrative physiology, emphasized the practice of evidence-based integrative medicine and shared her life experience in her commencement speech at Virginia University of Integrative Medicine.

Seeking Submissions for Cura Conversations
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is seeking personal essays, poems and reflections about identity for Cura Conversations, a new initiative that celebrates diversity through written works. Learn more and submit your writing  here

 



   
WTOP Ovechkin, Leonsis show off the healing power of the Stanley Cup with Georgetown Lombardi, June 15, 2018

Washingtonian Georgetown's Dean of Medical Research On the Joys of Being Wrong with Robert Clarke, June 13, 2018

MedScape Specialists vs Primary Care: Whose Guidelines Matter? with Kenny Lin, June 14, 2018


Brazilian Society of of Tropical Medicine Internet app could help control diseases with Claire Standley, June 10, 2018

BioEdge What are the five best arguments against euthanasia? with Daniel Sulmasy, June 9, 2018


Yahoo News Malady mongers: How drug companies sell treatments by inventing diseases with Adriane Fugh-Berman, June 8, 2018

Kiplinger Retirees, Beware Dangers of Multiple Medications with Ranit Mishori, June 7, 2018

New Scientist (subscription) Nipah: the unknown virus that could be the next pandemic threat with Daniel Lucey, June 7, 2018

Huffington Post Trump Walks Back A Disastrous Ebola Funding Cut And Experts Sigh In Relief with Daniel Lucey, June 6, 2018


NPR 1A Rethinking Chemotherapy In Some Breast Cancer Cases with Paula Pohlman, June 5, 2018

Science News for Students Your window to learn new languages may still be open with Elissa Newport, June 5, 2018
 




In an article published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases, Georgetown researchers are calling for comprehensive actions to prepare for increasing outbreaks of the killer Nipah virus that will help mitigate the risk of a future pandemic of the disease. 

 




Biochemistry major Patrick Mulcahey (C'19) has been awarded a Barry Goldwater Scholarship, a prestigious national scholarship for students who excel in mathematics, engineering and the natural sciences, for his research on improving the design of biocompatible devices and implants. Mulcahey conducted the research in the lab of Jong-in Hahm, PhD, a professor in the department of chemistry.

 





Monday, June 18
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Warwick Evans, Building D

Lunch will be served. Attendees may also participate via Zoom. Email survivorship@georgetown.edu to RSVP.

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Wednesday, July 11
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Harris Building
3300 Whitehaven Street, NW, Suite 4100

Snacks will be served. Attendees may also participate via Zoom. Email survivorship@georgetown.edu to RSVP.

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Monday, June 18
5:00 p.m. Prostate Cancer Briefing
6:00 p.m. Cocktails
7:00 p.m. Dinner Program and Live Auction
Morton's The Steakhouse
1050 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, DC

Join the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center for a dinner and live auction to support research on cancers that primarily affect men.

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Lombardi Research Poster Day

Friday, July 27
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Research Building

See research presented by trainees from Lombardi, including Tumor Biology students and oncology graduate students, postdocs, fellows and residents. Hosted by the T32 Oversight Committee.

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