Worried about how to manage your mounting student debt? A $Common Sense workshop on loan management and repayment will be happening tomorrow on Wednesday, November 6th from 3:30 - 5:30 pm in Healey Hall room 105. An initiative of the office of Student Financial Services, $Common Sense workshops are a fantastic and critical resource for graduate students looking for a primer on budgeting and financial management during- and following- grad school. Check out their website at the link below.
Dr. Richardson, former Special Agent for the FBI as well as a forensic scientist, has been involved in countless major criminal and terrorist investigations, presented research relating to chemistry, toxicology, and polygraphs, worked with brain fingerprinting, and now works as a consultant and professor at James Madison University. Join Futures in Science and Humanities (FISH) Friday, November 8th, 4pm in White-Gravenor 208 for Dr. Richardson's talk. A short reception (with cupcakes!) will follow. For more information click the link below.
Dr. Richard Schlegel’s laboratory at Georgetown developed the technology for the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the HPV vaccine for use in June 2006. HPV causes almost all incidences of cervical cancer, which is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths in women worldwide, and it is an increasing cause of oral cancers in both men and women. Dr. Schlegel’s laboratory has worked with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop second- and third-generation vaccines that could be used to prevent HPV and decrease the incidence of HPV in the developing world, where almost all deaths from cervical cancer occur. This Event will be held on November 14, 2013 at 4pm ending at 6pm For more information click the link below
The Core Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Seminar is a new, monthly, cross- institutional series aimed at bringing together trainees and investigators to: • Define key issues across the broad range of minority health and health disparities research, • Share issues and challenges in designing and executing research, • Introduce new methods, approaches, and opportunities, • Foster collaborations and partnerships, and • Host presentations by outstanding investigators. The first seminar will be held Next Thursday October 24,2013 For more information on this event click the link listed below.
The Bio3 Seminar Series meets every second and fourth Friday of the month, during the academic year, from 10:00-11:00 am in Warwick Evans Conference Room, Building D, 4000 Reservoir Rd, Washington, DC 20057-1484. Refreshments are served starting at 9:45 am. Held by the Department of Biostatistics, Bioinformatics and Biomathematics, the Bio3 series invites experts to Georgetown University to make presentations on topics of interest in the fields of biostatistics, epidemiology or computational biology. Check out the link below for a complete list of lectures!
Student Research Day 2013 was held July 10, giving graduate students a forum to showcase their research pursuits. This year, students presented 27 posters in the Preclinical Sciences Building, interacting with faculty members, advisors and other students about their findings.
First there was SARS, now there is MERS, a virus called a “threat to the entire world.” GUMC’s Daniel Lucey, MD, MPH, is trying to help the infectious disease community stay ahead of the outbreak that is slowly rolling outward from Saudi Arabia.
A recent report by the Georgetown Public Policy Institutes' Center on Education in the Workforce shows that holding a graduate degree in a STEM field is a significant career booster over degree holders in Non-STEM fields.