The new master's degree addresses the need for a paradigm shift about patient care from one of institutional risk management to an integrated and comprehensive emphasis on patient safety and quality care.
GapSummit is a premier, international leadership summit bringing talented, young Leaders of Tomorrow (LoTs) to strategize innovative solutions to gaps in the global bioeconomy. Last week, Georgetown University had the privilege to host the first GapSummit held in the United States.
After participating in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences commencement ceremony, nearly 400 Biomedical Graduate Education students filed into the bright and airy McDonough Gymnasium for their diploma distribution ceremony on Friday, greeted by their clapping and cheering friends and family members.
On March 16th, 2017, the Medical Center Graduate Student Organization (MCGSO) hosted close to 100 7th graders from Hardy Middle School for Brain Awareness Week (BAW). BAW, observed every March, is a global campaign to promote interest and awareness in neuroscience research.
This fall, a new master’s degree program at Georgetown will give students the opportunity to pursue advanced study in neuroscience while gaining experience in research or science policy. Applications are currently being accepted for the Master of Science in Integrative Neuroscience, a one-year, full-time program that will offer concentrations in science policy and laboratory research.
The diversity of respective internships for the 2016 graduating class is reflected in the range of poster titles during the fall poster presentations: the capstone experience for all MS biotech students before they graduate. The poster presentations allow students to summarize their internship research, findings, and processes to an audience of program faculty, current students, and industry professionals.