Kristin Hubing

The term clinical nutritionist brings to mind someone expert in the impact of food on health and wellness; the clinical equivalent of a lifestyle guru, best suited to advising patients about what diets might help them achieve specific health-related goals.
Kurt Newman, M.D., Turned a Two-Year Fellowship into a Lead Role at Children’s National Health System
Major Gift by Ruth Uppercu Paul Funds Genetic Counselors and Patient Assistance Support
SMHS Opens the Doors on a Major Update and Expansion to Its Clinical Learning and Simulation Skills Center
Minimally Invasive Surgeon Keith Mortman, M.D., Joins GW
At this year’s Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, more than 20 accidents at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, the site of the snowboarding and freestyle skiing events such as halfpipe, slopestyle, and moguls, forced many athletes out of the competition.
Clinical Research and Leadership Professor Shawneequa Callier, J.D., M.A., weighs in on the implications of human genome research
GW’s Health Sciences Programs Prepare to Launch PT Neurologic Residency Program