Issue: 128

September | 2023

A New Approach to Treatment and Prevention is on the Menu at SEVA Teaching Kitchen Grand Opening

SEVA Kitchen dedication: Deyton, Sema Kakar, Sonny Kakar, Dean Bass, Nesbitt

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) dedicated the new SEVA Teaching Kitchen, home to the school’s Culinary Medicine Program. The new facility at 1810 K St., NW, is the result of a generous gift from the program’s founding faculty member Seema Kakar, MD, RESD ’09, and her husband, Sonny.

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GW Researchers Launch Phase I Clinical Trial on Two Ultra-Rare Mitochondrial Diseases

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Michael Bukrinsky, MD, PhD, Receives 2023 Fulbright Specialist Program Grant

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CeraVe Helps Expand GW SMHS Dermatology Residency Program

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Tests Find Many Popular Omega 3 Supplements Are Rancid

Spotlight: Faculty in the Media | Rachel Brem, MD

“In our institution, we have artificial intelligence to help us with every mammogram, which not only helps detect earlier and more cancers but is increasingly able to use individualized information to come out with the most accurate risk score.”

Rachel Brem, MD, professor of radiology at GW SMHS and director of the Breast Imaging and Intervention Center at the GW MFA, was quoted in a Washingtonian in the article “How Artificial Intelligence Is Improving Cancer Screening,” by Amy Moeller.

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Interaction between Immunity and Metabolism in Disease

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