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Discovering a Path to Success

By Katherine Dvorak

Compassionate is the first word that comes to mind when her family thinks about her, says Daviana Robles-Monge, a freshman at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia. Kindness is important to her, helping people and offering a shoulder to lean on whenever and wherever she can, and that is what’s leading her toward the health sciences. Read more

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Katherine Chretien, MD, associate dean for student affairs and professor of medicine, George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), edited “Mothers in Medicine: Career, Practice, and Life Lessons Learned,” (Springer, 2018).  Walter Crinnion, ND, adjunct faculty GW SMHS, co-authored Clinical Environmental Medicine, (Elsevier, 2018). Along with co-author Joseph Pizzorno, Crinnion discusses the identification and natural treatment of diseases caused by common pollutants. Read more