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Ebola Virus - Subject Matter Experts at Georgetown

Georgetown University Medical Center

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Global Health Center at Georgetown Announces New Program Focused on Biosafety, Biosecurity

Georgetown University Medical Center

The Center for Global Health Science and Security at Georgetown University Medical Center announced the launch of a new research and education program focused on biosafety, biosecurity, and protecting the health and safety of the laboratory and clinical researchers.

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Article ID: 692227

Making Sense of Senses: Researchers Find the Brain Processes Sight and Sound in the Same Two-Step Manner

Georgetown University Medical Center

Although sight is a much different sense than sound, Georgetown University Medical Center neuroscientists have found that the human brain learns to make sense of these stimuli in the same way.

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Article ID: 692231

A Simple Tool for Doubling Down on Disease Control

Georgetown University Medical Center

It’s a simple idea: Pair the control of a neglected tropical disease with a more prominent disease that afflict the same populations to reduce morbidity and mortality. The approach could be a win-win, but for public health officials, having evidence to support implementation of an integrated approach is vital.

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New Programs Offer Training in Catholic Clinical Ethics

Georgetown University Medical Center

Georgetown’s School of Medicine is launching Master of Arts and certificate programs in Catholic Clinical Ethics, in conjunction with the Catholic University of America, as well as with the support of the Catholic Health Association of the United States.

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Georgetown University Medical Center Selected as Lewy Body Dementia Research Center of Excellence

Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center

The Lewy Body Dementia Association has designated Georgetown University Medical Center as a “Research Center of Excellence.”

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Georgetown Among First Universities to Collaborate with the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations U.S.

Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center

Georgetown University and CEPI U.S. – the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations U.S. – today announce a new agreement to explore joint cooperative academic and research initiatives.

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Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research and Georgetown University Launch Research, Education Collaboration

Georgetown University Medical Center

A new collaboration established between Georgetown University and the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research aims to expand both institutions’ research and training missions in the biomedical sciences.

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Family History Increases Breast Cancer Risk Even in Older Women: Weighing Screening Options

Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center

Family history of breast cancer continues to significantly increase chances of developing invasive breast tumors in aging women — those ages 65 and older, according to research published in JAMA Internal Medicine. The findings could impact mammography screening decisions later in life.

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