Ralph Nader gave a special address at "Driverless Cars: The Legal Landscape".

Deployment of Autonomous Vehicles Could Be Complex and Costly

June 23, 2017
Symposium at GW Law includes talk by consumer protection advocate Ralph Nader
Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic

New Clinic Aims to Improve Quality of Life for Cancer Patients

June 22, 2017
The GW Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic will address cancer treatment side effects on the hair, skin and nails.
Andrew Zimmerman and Sarah Wagner.

Two GW Professors Receive Guggenheim Fellowships

June 22, 2017
Sarah Wagner and Andrew Zimmerman will use competitive grant winnings to write books on missing U.S. service members in Vietnam and the U.S. Civil War, respectively.
Generations research

Millennial Stereotypes Often Rooted in Myth

June 16, 2017
A GW researcher put together a special issue on generations and age and found that a lot of what we think we know about millennials is not backed by research.
Anthony-Samuel LaMantia

Anthony-Samuel LaMantia Installed as Jeffrey Lieberman Professor of Neurosciences

June 16, 2017
Director of the GW Institute for Neuroscience says event is a celebration of “the continuity of knowledge and its transfer from generation to generation.”
ISIS in the West panel

Homegrown Terror a Growing Threat in U.S.

June 16, 2017
A new report by the Program on Extremism examines radicalization in Europe and North America.
Lawrence Deyton

Lawrence Deyton Installed as Murdock Head Professor of Medicine and Health Policy

June 09, 2017
The senior associate dean for clinical public health advises students at the ceremony to “learn from our mistakes.”

GW Researchers to Test Efficacy of Hookworm Vaccine

June 09, 2017
The researchers received a $3 million grant to test the vaccine on local volunteers to determine if it prevents infection.
opioid crisis

GW Students to Examine Virginia Opioid Crisis

June 09, 2017
Graduate students will study addiction as part of the Governor’s Data Internship Program.
medical graphic

Researcher Studies Protein Variants in Prostate Cancer

June 07, 2017
Norman Lee was awarded $1.8 million to study genetic factors that contribute to high mortality rates in African American men with prostate cancer.
Jeanne Jordan

GW Researcher Aims for Better Anal Cancer Testing

May 31, 2017
Jeanne A. Jordan plans to use a $1.8 million grant to study HIV-infected men to identify a better way to predict the risk of anal cancer.
Lynn R. Goldman Milken Institute Global Conference. (Milken Institute)

Experts from GW Tackle Health Issues at 2017 Milken Institute Global Conference

May 19, 2017
The three-day event included panel discussions with Lynn R. Goldman and William H. Dietz.

GW Establishes Program to Bring more STEM Teachers to High-Need Schools

May 15, 2017
Scholarships will contribute to two years of college tuition in exchange for teaching after graduation.
lisa bowleg

New Tool for Measuring Police Interactions Reflects Discrimination Experiences of Black Men

May 05, 2017
Study documents law enforcement-related stress of black men and the effects on their mental health.

Bonobos May Resemble Humans More Than You Think

May 05, 2017
A GW researcher examined a great ape species’ muscles and found they are more closely related to humans than common chimpanzees.