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School of Health Students Practice Community-Led Approach to Health With Alaska Natives

When considering global health challenges, practitioners in the field often say “what’s global is local” and vice versa. This fall, Alaina Anderson (H’24) and Seareen…

November 9, 2023

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Wahid Selected as Center for Social Justice Fellow

Syed Shabab Wahid, DrPH, MPH, an assistant professor of global health, was selected by the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service as one of seven faculty…

October 27, 2023

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School of Health Selects Two ‘Big Ideas’

In 2023, the School of Health launched the “Big Idea” initiative, a project inviting faculty to propose unconventional, interdisciplinary approaches to advance knowledge and…

October 24, 2023

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King Selected for Leadership Greater Washington Signature Program

School of Health Dean Christopher J. King, PhD, MHSc, FACHE was selected to join the Leadership Greater Washington (LGW) Signature Program Class of 2024. King joins more than 50…

October 23, 2023

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Georgetown University’s O’Neill Institute and School of Health Announce the Establishment of the Center for Global Health Policy & Politics

Georgetown University's O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and the School of Health announce the establishment of the Center for Global Health Policy &…

October 12, 2023

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Global Health Student’s Interest in Migrant Health Motivated by Personal Experiences

(October 6, 2023) — Receiving the David F. Andretta Summer Research Fellowship gave Iman Ibrahim (H’24), a global health major with a minor in Arabic, the opportunity to…

October 6, 2023

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In Video Tribute, SOH Students Welcome Dr. Anthony Fauci

In honor of Dr. Anthony Fauci's recent appointment as a Georgetown Distinguished University Professor, undergraduate students from the School of Health's Academic Council…

September 5, 2023

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Working in Extreme Heat: Deaths Underestimated and Protections Fall Short

Writing in the New England Journal of Medicine, two occupational health experts outline three necessary steps to close gaps in the management of workers impacted by extreme heat…

August 30, 2023

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From Cells to the Clinic: School of Health Undergraduates in Argentina Study Respiratory Diseases

School of Health students immersed themselves in the Argentinian health care system as part of a six-week translational health science internship program to study the clinical…

August 4, 2023

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Drinking Kombucha May Reduce Blood Sugar Levels in People with Type 2 Diabetes

People with Type 2 diabetes who drank the fermented tea drink kombucha for four weeks had lower fasting blood glucose levels compared to when they consumed a similar-tasting…

August 1, 2023