After accompanying refugees on their first visit to a U.S. pharmacy, these medical students created a program to help refugee families access critical resources and the care they need.
First-year medical students learned about the social construction of race and societal structures that have led to disparities and inequities in health.
Held in Gaston Hall for the first time since 2019, the White Coat Ceremony marked the official beginning of medical education for first-year students at the School of Medicine.
The Georgetown Street Medicine Outreach (GSMO) group distributed first aid kits to people experiencing homelessness in DC and, in doing so, sought to better understand the health challenges they face.
Students and alumni share how a core Jesuit value has shaped them in unexpected ways—from a lightning bolt moment on a campus bench to experiences in a student-run asylum clinic.
Medical students won the Georgetown Public Policy Challenge for their proposal to make opioid reversal medication more accessible in DC and reduce the number of preventable overdose deaths.
On March 18, the School of Medicine’s Class of 2022 gathered with family, friends, faculty and staff to learn together where each soon-to-be doctor would go for their residency.
In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Georgetown is featuring 10 mini love stories about alumni, faculty and staff who met on-campus.
Georgetown University Mental Health Experts in Conversation with Frances Haugen, Facebook Whistleblower Child and adolescent mental health experts from the Georgetown University School of Medicine and the School of Nursing &…
Georgetown has been designated as an institution with “very high research activity,” a distinction the university has maintained for nearly three decades.