Monthly Archives: September 2019

Healthy Living @ Himmelfarb loves Fall!

Fall in love with fall in DC with Healthy Living @ Himmelfarb’s DC Events Guide!    Take a study break to recharge and enjoy the autumn weather and colors in the Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden or head out on … Continue reading

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3D Printing @ Himmelfarb

Our 3D printer has been in use for almost a year, and in that time the Himmelfarb community has printed some incredible 3D models!   3D printing has applications in both medical education and practice. It has impacted everything from … Continue reading

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PubMed is changing

PubMed is nearing the completion of a platform overhaul and the new interface is ready for testing via PubMed Labs.  Key features of the redesigned PubMed include: Updated mobile-compliant interface allows you to search from a desktop, laptop, or your phone via … Continue reading

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Artificial intelligence and augmented reality in gynecology

GW Faculty Dr. Gaby Moawad recently published an article in Current opinion in obstetrics & gynecology on the use of artificial intelligence and augmented reality in gynecology.  In this article Dr. Moawad and co-authors Paul Tyan and Michelle Louie review clinical applications of artificial … Continue reading

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Celebrate Peer Review Week with the Himmelfarb Library!

It’s Peer Review Week and Himmelfarb Library is celebrating this year’s theme “Quality in Peer Review.”  Peer review is vital to ensuring publication quality and there are a number of things you can do to help celebrate this foundational aspect … Continue reading

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Meditation Monday!

Healthy Living @ Himmelfarb is excited to announce another mindful meditation session with Cynthia Powell! Our session is scheduled for Monday, September 16th from 12:30-1PM in Ross Hall Rm 104, and will last about 20 minutes. We are also offering … Continue reading

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Genomics and clinical care

Are you interested in how genomics can be used in clinical care?  A recent review in The Lancet discusses future directions for clinical application and discusses how specific technologies can be applied including: family health history, clinically important genomic variation, SNP array genotyping, … Continue reading

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