Maximilian Riesenhuber, a neuroscientist and faculty mentor of the Interdisciplinary Program of Neuroscience (IPN) program at Biomedical Graduate Education, Georgetown University Medical Center, and his colleagues found in an intriguing brain-mapping study that your brain learns new words by seeing them not hearing them.
The “Leaders of Tomorrow Summit” is the Mid-Atlantic region's first student-led, cross-functional and inter-generational leadership Summit featuring students, young biotech leaders, bio-pharmaceutical industries, government, and entrepreneurs.
With the new organization of the Graduate School, there are ongoing initiatives to build important new graduate degree programs, spanning disciplines and motivated by the important world problems that governments, NGO’s, the private sector, and academia are tackling.
Join us on Thursday, March 12 in Med-Dent SW107 for the 2nd Annual "How to get a Post-Doc" Panel featuring faculty members from Georgetown University and other graduate institutions such as Johns Hopkins University and Hampton University. Our speakers will directly speak on all the most important items related to obtaining a post-doc position upon graduation.
The Arthur C. Guyton Award is given by the American Physiological Society to recognize educators with a long standing and significant impact on their students, education at their institution, and physiology education on a national and international level.