HAPI Alumni Research Appears in Heart Failure Reviews
The analysis, which appeared in June’s Heart Failure Reviews, was also authored by Emily Couvillon Alagha, Emma Mykityshyn, and Casey French at Georgetown and Erin P. Ferranti and Carolyn Miller Reilly at Emory University.
Professor Maxine Weinstein Awarded $8.2 Million for Research at Georgetown on Aging
The National Institute on Aging has renewed funding for the study on Midlife in the United States (MIDUS). Professor Maxine Weinstein, whose research contributions to the study focus on the behavioral and biological dimensions of aging, is the principal investigator for the Georgetown arm of the biomarker subproject who will lead the $8.2 million award over the next six years.
Why Blow the Whistle
Elliott relayed the story at a virtual seminar on whistleblowing Wednesday afternoon hosted by the Health and the Public Interest program at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He spoke about how the case turned him into a whistleblower, how he investigated other cases of whistleblowing for a recent book and offered tips for health professionals who want to call out wrongdoing.
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New Master’s Program Explores Societal Influences on Health
Medicine today is said to be “evidence-based” — practiced on the basis of cumulative clinical studies. But for the physicians and researchers involved in launching the newest master’s degree program at Georgetown University, medical evidence isn’t enough.
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