Tag Archives: Georgetown

The Flu and You: This Season’s Rapid-fire Spread and How it Impacts Georgetown

By Michelle Johnson (COL ’15) Flu: one very short word accompanied by a long list of symptoms.  Each winter we’re forced to confront the impending doom that is flu season and the terrible sickness it brings.  Our preparation begins promptly … Continue reading

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Advice from a Former Pre-Med Student

By Emily Miller (Georgetown COL’ 11) The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine MD Candidate 2012 Entering the field of medicine is like nothing you have experienced before. On the first day of class, we filed into lab and were each … Continue reading

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Recent Nobel Prize Winner Sheds Light on Rare Disease

By Michael Henze (NHS ’15) In the throws of midterm season, it usually takes me 20 extra minutes to muster the strength to leave the warm and comfort of my bed to face the day, but October 12, 2012 was … Continue reading

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Faceless and Nameless, but Not Hopeless: Mental Illness on College Campuses

By Benjamin Perotin (COL ’14) Slick, click. His finger deftly swipes open the digital lock to his edition of the ubiquitous iPhone. Only one minute has passed since he has been sitting in this waiting room, filled to the brim … Continue reading

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Tending to the Nuts and Bolts of Scientific Research

by Tyler Joseph White (COL ’14) This past summer I had the privilege of collaborating with faculty from the Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD), designing methodology for a forthcoming research project that aims to evaluate the quality … Continue reading

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