GUMC Update

GUMC Update is a biweekly online newsletter highlighting recent events, news stories and more from the Georgetown University Medical Center community.

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February 28, 2021
Highlights Include:
– New Racial Justice Institute Co-Director Combines Psychology and Public Health to Advance Health Equity
– GUMC Community Meeting Focuses on Racial Justice, ‘Our Highest Priority’
– Georgetown Mission and Ministry Offers Ignatian Retreat for Alumni Caregivers
– Two Georgetown Centers Find Unexpected Synergy in Exploring Pandemic’s Impact in Latin America
– Immune-Compromised People with HIV, APOE4 Gene May Have a Compounded Risk for Alzheimer’s
– Mini Medical School Spring 2021 Starts March 9

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February 21, 2021
Highlights Include:
– GUMC Community Meeting: “In Pursuit of Racial Justice”
– ‘Black Doctors Matter’ at SNMA’s Melanin in Medicine
– Clinical Students Volunteer With COVID-19 Vaccinations
– Researchers Find Diverse Supportive Partnerships Among Older Gay Men With and Without HIV
– New Guidance for Masks
– Extended Pause on Undergraduate Hybrid Courses Continues Until March 8
– Georgetown Medical Review Publishes New Student Research
– Georgetown Scientific Research Journal Publishes Inaugural Issue

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February 15, 2021
Highlights Include:
– GUMC Community Meeting: “In Pursuit of Racial Justice”
– Georgetown Lombardi Arts & Humanities Program Receives NEA Grant
– Georgetown Center Funded to Support Children’s Programs with COVID-19 Recovery
– Georgetown Celebrates Women in Science
– Black History Month: Spotlighting Students and Faculty
– Perkins Appointed to National Kidney Foundation Health Equity Advisory Committee
– Anderko to Serve on NASEM Committee
– Song Appointed Interim Chair of the Department of Surgery


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