New research from Georgetown faculty and the Cancer Intervention and Surveillance Modeling Network reveals that beginning screenings at age 40 would decrease disparities in breast cancer deaths for Black women.
Alejandro Werner, the former director of the Western Hemisphere Department at the International Monetary Fund, will spearhead a new institute that addresses key challenges in Latin America and the hemisphere.
danah boyd, a researcher at Microsoft Research who studies technology and society, has joined Georgetown as a visiting distinguished professor, accelerating a university initiative on technology, ethics, governance and policy.
John T. Monahan (C’83, L’87), whose career has focused on government programs that serve vulnerable populations in the United States and internationally, has held executive appointments across three presidential administrations.
Faculty, student and alumni researchers in Georgetown’s Happiness Lab found online interactions with close ties predicted positive effects — but online interactions with strangers are associated with lower connectedness.