Steve Goldstein

As a rising senior at Bowie High School in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Malik Williams dreamed of a career in medicine. Growing up in Temple Hills, Maryland, all Nicholas Dingle thought about was becoming a sports announcer.
U.S. Army Capt. Olga Terekhina, MSHS ’16, BSHS ’12, is an outstanding alumna of George Washington University (GW). Although you’d think it would be easy, finding students on campus who’ve taken courses alongside her is a nearly impossible task.
Immunotherapy Looks to Harness the Body’s Defense and Cure Cancer from the Inside Out
Gazing at the iconic 19th-century Japanese woodcut known as “The Great Wave off Kanagawa,” one would hardly suspect it contains a key to a medical breakthrough. Yet the pigment in the artwork has opened a new perspective in the treatment of juvenile cancer.
As one of the world’s pre-eminent autism researchers, Kevin Pelphrey, Ph.D., has built a reputation that can open the doors to virtually any medical research institution — and the institution would consider itself fortunate to have him.
Kris Lehnhardt was lying on the living room floor of his Toronto home, watching TV with his mother, when the original Star Trek TV show came on. He stared, enraptured, a small boy trying to comprehend life exploring the universe.
Immunology Links Research Priorities to Increase Efficiency, Collaboration, and Scientific Discovery
On the cover page of the immunology textbook Victoria Shanmugam used in medical school was a quotation that resonated with the young Londoner: “Immunology is the invention of the devil, who is making it up as he goes along because he is not too clear about this stuff either.”
When it comes to the importance of teamwork and trust, no area of education rivals the clinical health care setting. At GW’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), executive coaching and simulation have worked to promote the interprofessional education of health care students.
Cellular Signaling Pathway Could Lead Scientists to a Cure for Cancer