We are most grateful to our donors who have contributed to the SMHS fundraising campaign to raise $225 million for GW Medicine and Health. Making History: The Campaign for GW will transform the institution and accelerate the pace of discovery and innovation at GW.
The expansion of our research endeavors translates into new treatments for patients and new knowledge for the educational curriculum. Researchers need resources to conduct great science, and that’s why we are raising at least $50 million to add professorships, endowments, and laboratory facilities. Education and clinical care will correspondingly benefit from this expansion in research activity.
The build-out of the top floor of GW’s Science and Engineering Hall is a key priority. Slated to open in 2016, it will be the new hub of cancer research. The renovation of laboratory space in Ross Hall is central, as well to the aggressive growth of biomedical research. These facilities will catalyze the entire enterprise and attract the best and brightest minds to GW.
We welcome the opportunity to share our plans with you in detail and invite your involvement and support.
Dennis Narango, M.A., C.F.R.E.
Associate Dean, SMHS, and Associate Vice President for GW Medicine
Development and Alumni Relations
Dean’s Council Members
Stuart S. Kassan, M.D. ’72, FACP, MACR, Co-Chair, Rheumatology; Distinguished Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado–Denver School of Medicine; Chief Medical Officer, Multispecialty Physician Partners; GW Board of Trustees
Lara S. Oboler, M.D. ’95, Co-Chair Cardiology; Lenox Hill Heart & Vascular Institute
Gary M. Abramson, Partner, the Tower Companies
Christopher L. Barley, M.D. ’93, Internal Medicine; Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cornell/Weill School of Medicine
Luther W. Brady Jr., M.D. ’48, HON. ’04, B.A. ’46, Radiation Oncology; Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, Drexel University College of Medicine; GW Emeritus Trustee
Carlos R. Diaz, M.D. ’72, RESD ’75, Internal Medicine; Head, Internal Medicine Department, Naval Aerospace Medical Institute
Daniel Ein, M.D., FACP, FAAAAI, FACAAI, Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology; Clinical Professor of Medicine, The George Washington University; Director, Allergy & Sinus Center, GW Medical Faculty Associates
Jeanne G. Holzgrefe, M.D. ’96, PH.D., M.P.H., Psychiatry; Chevy Chase Psychiatric Services; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Floyd Alexander Katske, M.D. ’76, RESD ’77, Urology; Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California–Los Angeles
Jay E. Katzen, M.D. ’72, B.A. ’67, Ophthalmology; The Eye Center; GW Board of Trustees
Kerry L. Kuhn, M.D. ’73, RESD ’77, B.A. ’70, FACOG, OB/GYN; Private Practice; Senior Vice President of VitalMD
Gerald S. Lazarus, M.D. ’63, Dermatology; Professor of Dermatology, Johns Hopkins University; Former Member, GW Board of Trustees
Manucher Mohtashemi, M.D., FACS, FACC, Internal Medicine, Cardiothoracic Surgery; Emeritus Associate Professor of Surgery, Stony Brook University
John C. Pan, M.D. ’70, RESD ’74, OB/GYN; Founder, Center for Integrative Medicine, The George Washington University
Richard G. Popiel, M.D. ’81, RESD ’83, M.B.A., B.S. ’75, Internal Medicine; Executive Vice President, Healthcare Services & Chief Medical Officer, Cambia Health Solutions & Regence Health Insurance Company
Rakesh C. Sahni, M.D., Cardiology; Maryland Cardiology Associates
Mark W. Surrey, M.D. ’72, FACOG, FACS, OB/GYN-Fertility; Professor & Clinical Director, Reproductive Surgery, University of California–Los Angeles; Co-Founder and Medical Director, Southern California Reproductive Center
Allan B. Weingold, M.D., HON. ’98, OB/GYN; Professor Emeritus, Former Chair of OB/GYN, Former Vice President for Medical Affairs and Executive Dean, The George Washington University
Art B. Wong, M.D. ’67, Emergency Medicine; Founder, Emergency Physicians Medical Group, PC
The Dean’s Council advises the dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences on strategic priorities and important issues for the school, and provides generous support and advocacy.
- Making History: The Campaign for GW
- SMHS Case Statement: Defining Medicine, Changing Lives
- Online Giving
- SMHS Alumni
- From the Archive: Philanthropy and Giving Thanks
- From the Archive: New Beginnings and Future Goals
- From the Archive: Advancing a Global Mission
- From the Archive: Establishing the Network, Renewing the Bonds