GUMC News

  • A group of male and female students stand side by side in academic regalia
    BGE Graduates Praise Program’s Faculty
    May 21, 2018

    This year, more than 500 students graduated from Biomedical Graduate Education programs with master's degrees and 23 from doctoral programs, many praising the role that BGE faculty had in their academic success.

  • An aerial view of honorees and audience in Gaston Hall
    Exceptional Medical Students Receive Awards at Warwick Evans
    May 21, 2018

    Dozens of graduating medical students were recognized at this year's Warwick Evans Awards Ceremony, which celebrates student accomplishments in research, academic performance, service and leadership.

  • Two students receive their academic robes from their professors
    School of Medicine Celebrates 166th Graduating Class
    May 21, 2018

    On May 20, 181 students received their medical degrees as members of the Georgetown University School of Medicine Class of 2018, the school's 166th graduating class, at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.

  • Luci Baines Johnson stands at a podium speaking
    Johnson Asks ‘Heroic Generation’ to use GU Degree to Lead in Health Care
    May 21, 2018

    Luci Baines Johnson (H’18) received the honorary degree and spoke at the School of Nursing & Health Studies' Commencement, which celebrated the graduation of 105 students who earned bachelor’s degrees, 371 students who received master’s degrees, and 12 students who received the doctor of nursing practice degree.

  • Men and women in academic regalia stand in an auditorium
    MAGIS Society Ceremony Honors Medical School Faculty
    May 20, 2018

    The 16th annual MAGIS Society of Master Teachers Induction and Faculty Awards Ceremony recognized faculty members for their contributions to medical education, including two new MAGIS inductees.

  • A line of men and women in armed forces uniforms stand on a stage with their right hands raised
    Fulfillment Through Service: Medical Students to Serve U.S. Military
    May 20, 2018

    Twelve Georgetown University School of Medicine students who received their medical training through the Health Professions Scholarship Program took their medical oaths and received promotions during the Armed Forces Commissioning Ceremony held on Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 19.

  • Side by side portrait images of Jacqueline Jonklaas and Cirrelda Cooper
    Jonklaas, Cooper Join MAGIS Society of Master Teachers
    May 17, 2018

    Jacqueline Jonklaas, MD, PhD, MPH, and Cirrelda Cooper, MD, have been named this year's inductees into the MAGIS Society of Master Teachers.

  • Dr. Richard Schlegel is seated in an armchair on a stage near a coffeetable
    Schlegel Shares Updates on Preventing and Treating Cervical Cancer
    May 11, 2018

    Richard Schlegel, MD, PhD, professor and chair of the department of pathology and director of the Center for Cell Reprogramming at Georgetown University Medical Center, talked about the need to increase vaccination rates for human papillomavirus (HPV) and decrease the global burden of cervical cancer at Doctors Speak Out on April 30.

  • A group of students stands, smiling before a banner for Hoya Clinic hung on a red brick building
    Students Reflect on Experiences at the HOYA Clinic
    May 11, 2018

    Students in the Georgetown University School of Medicine Class of 2018 have followed in the footsteps of hundreds of other GUSOM students who have volunteered their time over the last decade at the Health Outreach for Youth and Adults (HOYA) Clinic, a student-driven free clinic in the D.C. General Family Shelter in southeast Washington, D.C.

  • Andrea Jacobs Singer and  Carlos A. Suárez-Quian stand behind a podium before an audience
    Mini Medical School Leaves Big Impact
    May 11, 2018

    For over 20 years, Georgetown University Medical Center's Mini Medical School program has provided members of the general public the opportunity to learn about basic and clinical science topics from School of Medicine faculty members.