October 28, 2016
Georgetown professor Dagomar Degroot, author of a new book about how the Dutch dealt with extreme 17th-century climate changes, reflects on the lessons the past has for today’s global warming crisis.
October 21, 2016
Dr. Andrew William Bazemore, an assistant professor of family medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine, has been elected as a lifetime member of the National Academy of Medicine.
October 19, 2016
Clare Garvie (L'15) co-authors a groundbreaking report issued by Georgetown Law's Center on Privacy and Technology that examines the impact of unregulated police face recognition databases in America.
October 5, 2016
Senior international health major Ogechi Nwodim (NHS’17) uses her clinical and public health knowledge to conduct research at the World Health Organization office in the Philippines this fall.
October 3, 2016
Nobel Prize-winning science is key to research led by Georgetown's Dr. Charbel Moussa as he and his colleagues examine ways to develop therapeutics to treat neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
September 29, 2016
Georgetown Medical Center researchers find that Resveratrol, when given to Alzheimer’s patients, appears to restore the integrity of the blood-brain barrier – reducing the neuronal inflammation that can slow cognitive decline.
September 28, 2016
International health major Jack Sardinia (NHS’17) spends the fall semester researching the impact of socioeconomic factors and technology on health as he works in a research clinic in rural Ghana.
September 26, 2016
Physics professor Peter Olmsted and a team of researchers led by Johns Hopkins University and the National Institute of Standards and Technology receive $1.6 million to fund a major research project to study the properties of polymers used in 3D printing.
September 20, 2016
The Georgetown University Disabilities Studies Course Cluster critically analyzes the concept of disability across different cultures, time periods and academic disciplines.
September 16, 2016
An event yesterday in the Wilson building brought together key stakeholders from District health agencies, the District of Columbia City Council, community health providers and health care professionals, is the first of a Georgetown series called The State of African Americans in DC.