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In Development

Scholarship support is helping many of our students fulfill their dreams of becoming health care professionals. Extraordinary, long-term financial sacrifices are often required to pursue degrees in medicine and the health sciences. The debt burden facing graduates across the country can be severe. Read more

A Note from Ross Hall

Dear members of the SMHS community,

BELIEVE is the acronym for the title of the landmark $28 million, five-year National Institutes of Health grant awarded to GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) faculty members to work toward a cure for HIV/AIDS. Of course, it also reflects the confidence that this remarkable team of researchers and clinicians has to advance our knowledge of the immune system and our ability to clear HIV from the body.
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Distinguished Among Us

GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences alumni, André J. Nahmias, M.D. ’57, M.P.H. (left), and Lieutenant General Nadja Y. West, M.D. ’88 (center), were among the recipients at the 80th Annual Alumni Achievement Awards ceremony on Oct. 27. Read more

In Brief: Class Notes

Luther W. Brady Jr., M.D. ’48, HON ’04, B.A. ’46, A.A. ’44, was recently awarded his seventh honorary degree, from Complutense University in Madrid, Spain.

Kenneth Fisher, M.D. ’68, recently published a book, Understanding Healthcare: A Historical Perspective (Freedom in Health Care, 2016). Read more