Advancing Research Excellence
Inspiring Innovation in the Biomedical and Health SciencesLearn More About Our Work
Georgetown University Medical Center’s biomedical and health sciences research fosters interdisciplinary collaboration, enhances basic science and translational research capacity, and develops the next generation of researchers.
Biomedical and health sciences research at Georgetown University Medical Center places special emphasis on four areas.
Cancer-focused work takes place at Georgetown University’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, the only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the Washington area.More About Our Cancer Research
Georgetown links the promise of our ever-deepening understanding and scientific knowledge of the mind and brain to prevention, new treatments and restorative therapies, while providing advanced training and education opportunities.More About Our Mind and Brain Research
As a Catholic and Jesuit university, Georgetown understands its responsibility to help meet the world’s most profound needs. Guided by that tradition, Georgetown University Medical Center educates and develops generations of researchers, clinicians, and health professionals, equipping them to deploy their expertise in service to the common good.
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