Research & Learning

Vaccine research

RSV Vaccine Study for High-Risk Adults Launched

The George Washington University is one of many clinical sites around the U.S. testing the Pfizer RSV vaccine.

Milken Institute SPH Dean Lynn Goldman with Senior Associate Dean of Research and Professor of Global Health Adnan A. Hyder at the school's research day. (Adam Stuhltrager/Milken Institute SPH)

Milken Institute SPH Research Day Spans Disciplines

Eight winners presented on topics from antifungal resistance to the potential health impact of university dining halls.

Dale Lupu

GW Nursing Professor Is Awarded a $12 Million Contract to Expand Choice for Kidney Patients

Dale Lupu is leading a study designed to help patients with kidney failure understand the options available to them.

A collection of specimens at the Delaware Museum of Nature and Science. (Parisa Tabiatnejad)

Student Research at GW and Beyond Grows through Digitized Scientific Collections

CCAS’ Carly Jordan receives $1 million NSF award supporting course-based undergrad research experiences facilitating use of online natural history collections.

Rock Creek Park

Report Finds U.S. Control of D.C. Parks Exacerbates Inequities in the City

The report by GW finds that parks in communities beyond the National Mall are poorly maintained and operate with few resources.


GW to Co-Lead New $20 million NSF Artificial Intelligence Institute

The institute will integrate broader participation in AI design, new technology and process development and more informed governance of AI-infused systems.

Posters filled two floors of the Science and Engineering Hall at Friday's showcase. (Kate Woods/GW Today)

Engineering Students Show off Years of Work at Research and Design Showcase

More than 250 researchers across multiple disciplines presented work on fluid dynamics, irrigation systems, sensory sports equipment for the blind and more.

Inductees of GW's new NAI chapter pose with other members of the university's innovation community. (William Atkins/GW Today)

GW Launches National Academy of Inventors Chapter

The organization is dedicated to recognizing and promoting academic innovation.

Anissa Ozbek

Student Voices: Undergraduate Research Assistant Anissa Ozbek

The third-year Elliott School student traveled to Austria to present at the 2023 Artic Science Summit Week.

Colorized transmission electron micrograph of monkeypox particles (green) found within an infected cell (pink and purple), cultured in the laboratory.

GW Is Site of NIH Trial Evaluating Mpox Vaccine in Adolescents

The university is one of 18 clinical sites around the U.S. testing a vaccine for the disease previously known as monkeypox in youth.

Sustainability Research Fellows 2023

How a Group of GW Students Are Making Campus more Sustainable

GW students tasked with finding ways to make the campus more sustainable are working to increase composting and envision how to allow for more green space on campus.

Lauren Onkey addresses an audience

Art, Performance and a Gala Extravaganza Come under a GW Umbrella

The NEXT big thing in the Corcoran’s annual student exhibition is a 30-day festival encompassing all the arts. We asked several students to tell us about their work.

Aron Kershner

GW Alumnus and Goldman Sachs Managing Director Aron Kershner Emphasizes Importance of Communication

Quantitative investment portfolio manager is also an adviser of GW’s Investment Institute.

Anthony Fauci at the podium

Anthony Fauci Presents Global Lessons from the COVID Pandemic

The nation’s top infectious disease expert shared 10 lessons in the 14th annual Southby Lecture at GW’s Milken Institute School of Public Health

Milken Institute SPH Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Research Adnan Hyder, this year's WHS international president, with the summit's mascot, the World Health Summit Bear. (Adnan Hyder)

Hosted by GW, Experts Will Explore Gap Between Science and Policy

The World Health Summit 2023 Regional Meeting takes place this Thursday.


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