• BGE graduates at the 2018 commencement
    BGE Graduates Praise Program's Faculty

    Feelings of excitement and triumph filled the air on May 18, as Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) students attended commencement and a reception to celebrate their success with loved ones.

  • System Medicine Master's students and professors posing with the MinION device.
    Transforming Medicine Through Technology

    MinION is reshaping the field of medicine and on April 26, 2018, Georgetown University’s Systems Medicine master’s students were the first cohort to experience this technical wonder in a curricular setting.

  • Alison Schug
    Alison Schug

    Alison Schug, M.S. in Integrative Neuroscience candidate, followed her passion to understand developmental disorders and it led her to the field of neuroscience. Her story doesn't there.

  • MCGSO volunteer teaches Hardy Middle School students about neurons.
    Inspiring the Next Generation of Neuroscientists

    On March 15, 2018, the GU Medical Center Graduate Student Organization (MCGSO) shared their love for science with 120 students from Hardy Middle School as a part of Brain Awareness Week, a week dedicated to promote neuroscience research and celebrate the brain.

  • Hillary Stires
    Hillary Stires

    Hillary Stires, PhD, Tumor Biology T32 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, shares her postdoc experience and research focus.

  • Samantha Platt
    Brent Knoblauch

    Brent Knoblauch, BGE Alumni, recounts his Georgetown experience and gives advice on career exploration.

  • Students practicing Chinese calligraphy at the 2018 BGE New Year Celebration.
    Em"BARK"ing into the New Year!

    Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) held its fourth annual Lunar New Year Celebration to celebrate the Year of the Dog.

  • Janet Li
    Janet Li

    Janet Li, BGE alumni, recounts her Georgetown experience and gives advice on how to negotiate a starting salary.

  • Students discussing the skills that are applicable across sectors.
    Marketing Transferable Skills from Scientific Training

    Dr. Stephanie Wortel-London spoke passionately on the topic of how students with scientific training having a variety of career options beyond the “Ivory Tower”.

  • Fred, Terry and Gary Ledley with Edward B. Healton in front of a plaque honoring the late Robert Ledley.
    System Medicine Scholarship Honors the Late Robert Ledley

    The late Robert S. Ledley, DDS, a pioneer of medical informatics, was known for making several contributions to the field of biomedical research, including the invention of the whole body CT scanner.