These videos capture a snapshot of the vitality of faculty and students, and the groundbreaking research underway at Georgetown University Medical Center.
News From the Medical Center
Georgetown University commemorated the
International Day of Women and Girls in Science (February 11, 2021) with a collection of video messages provided by students and faculty from across campus. Each woman answered the question, “What inspired you to become a scientist?”
Georgetown University School of Medicine’s Dr. Gholam Motamedi, MD, gives three ways to tackle the Daylight Saving Time change and get your circadian rhythm back on track.
Georgetown microbiologist Julie Fischer, PhD, explains a cytokine storm.
Dancing can be restorative and healing in many ways. To support patients with multiple sclerosis, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital (MGUH) & the Lombardi Arts & Humanities Program have partnered to create “Movement for Multiple Sclerosis (MS)”, a program that uses movement and dance as a means to improve balance, cognition, and confidence.
Beth Peshkin, professor of oncology at the Georgetown University School of Medicine and director of cancer genetic counseling at the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, lets you know what you should consider before taking a direct to consumer DNA test.
As Director of New Global Health Center, Mark Dybul (C’85, M’92) Comes Home to Georgetown
Research and Innovation
In recognition of National Postdoc Appreciation Week 2020, we celebrate the postdoctoral students at Georgetown University Medical Center.
Research in a Minute
Research in a Minute: Laura Anderko, PhD, RN, who holds the Robert and Kathleen Scanlon Chair in Values Based Health Care at Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies
Research in a Minute: Hillary Stires, PhD
Research in a Minute: Dan Cameron, PhD
Research In A Minute: Vinayak Mathur, PhD
Research in a Minute: Daphne Guinn, PhD
Research in a Minute: Anna Matejko, PhD
Research in a Minute: Todd Waldman, MD, PhD
Partners in Research
Georgetown University Medical Center is home to a robust, disease-focused research enterprise that spans multiple disciplines and promotes lifesaving research. The Partners in Research program has been created to allow donors to join forces with the researchers who conduct this high-level research. Meet a researcher and a donor who have worked together on Alzheimer’s research.
(left to right) Jerome Murray, Brendon Peterson and Stanley Kamande celebrate alongside their fellow classmates at this year’s Match Day ceremony. Watch a video commemoration of this special day for the School of Medicine’s Class of 2022.
The 203 students in the Georgetown School of Medicine Class of 2025 celebrated their first step in the journey to becoming physicians: the time-honored White Coat Ceremony. The White Coat Ceremony is an annual tradition celebrated with family and friends.
The Class of 2021 gathered to share the joy of their extraordinary accomplishments. Look at the smiles! Congratulations!
For the past seven years, first- and second-year students at Georgetown University School of Medicine have been running the HoyaMed Summer Sports Camp for homeless children in Washington, DC.
Georgetown University School of Medicine Match Day 2019
Georgetown University School of Medicine Match Day 2018
HoyaMed Summer Sports Camp: Each year, Georgetown University School of Medicine first and second-year students plan and run a sports camp for homeless children living in the D.C. General Family Shelter. Events at the Medical Center
Inspiration and celebration at the 13th Annual Women & Wine fundraiser for breast cancer research at Georgetown Lombardi.