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I found a home at Georgetown

When he finished high school in 1951, the fastest kid on Long Island had track scholarship offers from top schools around the country, allowing him an education his family could otherwise not afford. Read More

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Honoring A Legend

The 18th Annual Founders Day event in April honored the contributions of Donald “Coach” Knowlan, MD (R'60, W'82, H'04), doubling as a 90th birthday celebration with 200 of his closest friends, former patients, colleagues, and alumni. Read More

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Shining a Light on Drug Industry Influence

As the impact of the opioid crisis continues to unfold, Georgetown convened health professionals in June for a hard look at what is happening now and what can we do better going forward, as a country and increasingly as a global community. Read More

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Justice and the Opioid Epidemic

Words from Regina LaBelle, JD (L'92), program director for the Addiction and Public Policy Initiative at Georgetown's O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law. Read More

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Cons of Probiotic Labels

Shopping for a good probiotic? Reading the labels may not provide enough information to weigh the options, according to a research team led by Georgetown University Medical Center. Read More

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Research and Education: Synergy in Community

Since its launch eight years ago, the annual MedStar Health-Georgetown University Research Symposium brings together researchers, residents, academics, and collaborative partners from across the region to showcase work throughout the two entities. Read More

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