• National Science Foundation Grants Conference

    National Science Foundation Grants Conference

    From November 2-3, 2015, the National Science Foundation Grants Conference will be held at the Key Bridge Marriott. Key representatives from NSF, as well as fellow Georgetown colleagues—faculty, researchers, and grant administrators—representing colleges and universities from across the U.S. will participate.

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    Study: Cancer Drug Restores Brain Dopamine, Reduces Toxic Proteins in Parkinson, Dementia

    A small phase I study provides molecular evidence that an FDA-approved drug for leukemia significantly increased brain dopamine and reduced toxic proteins linked to disease progression in patients with Parkinson’s disease or dementia with Lewy bodies.

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  • Research Development Day

    Research Development Day

    The Offices of Research Development Services and Sponsored Research, in collaboration with the Office of the Dean for Research, will host the first annual Research Development Day on Sept. 22.

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    Student Research Day 2016 Call for Abstracts

    Student Research Day is held in the fall of each year for the students in the PhD programs at the Georgetown University Medical Center. The purpose of Student Research Day is to showcase the scientific research efforts of graduate students at Georgetown U

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  • Research and Innovation at Georgetown University Medical Center

    Research and Innovation at Georgetown University Medical Center

    Research and innovation are core functions at GUMC. View an inspiring story about lives that were touched by groundbreaking research.

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  • GUMC Expert Leads Charge for Gender Equity in Preclinical Research

    GUMC Expert Leads Charge for Gender Equity in Preclinical Research

    Dr. Kathryn Sandberg, Director of the Center for the Study of Sex Differences is helping reverse gender bias in animal research that can lead to skewed clinical outcomes.

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Biomedical Research at Georgetown University

Georgetown University Medical Center is home to over 85 percent of Georgetown University's sponsored research funding. Biomedical research, led by Robert Clarke, fosters cutting-edge interdisciplinary collaboration and enhance Georgetown University Medical Center’s basic science and translational research capacity, especially in the areas of neuroscience, child health and human development, cardiovascular-kidney disease, infectious disease and in collaborative work with researchers and clinicians from Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. In addition to promoting this lifesaving research, the focus on educational and academic excellence in the biomedical sciences is helping to create the next generation of researchers in the United States and around the world.

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