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January Peer-Reviewed Publications from MedStar Health

Congratulations to all MedStar researchers who had articles published in January 2020. The selected articles Read More »

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MedStar Investigators Evaluate Importance of Revascularization Speed in NSTEMI Cardiology Patients

Recently published research evaluated whether and how the timing of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) affects Read More »

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Honoring SPIRIT at MHRI

Surafel Zenebe was awarded the SPIRIT of Excellence Award for the third quarter of 2019 Read More »

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The Added Value of Partnerships in Research: Effectively Engaging Communities and Patients – February 10, 2020

Join the GHUCCTS Community online Monday, February 10, 2020 at 2:00 PM EST to find Read More »

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Research Grand Rounds: Challenges in Dealing with Real-World Data – February 7, 2020

Research Grand Rounds are sponsored by MedStar Health Research Institute and Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Read More »

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Raj Ratwani Appointed to Newly Created Vice President of Scientific Affairs Position

As part of our continued progress toward becoming a world-class academic health system, and advancing Read More »

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MedStar Investigators Examine Patient Safety Issues from the EHR Surveillance Program

Researchers from MedStar Health National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare and Georgetown University School Read More »

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December Peer-Reviewed Publications from MedStar Health

Congratulations to all MedStar researchers who had articles published in December 2019. The selected articles Read More »

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MHRI…Step Right Up!

In December, MHRI associates took some time out of their busy schedules to celebrate the Read More »

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Sorting out Single IRB Review: What Investigators Need to Know at MHRI

As of January 2018, most non-exempt multi-site human subjects research (HSR) projects funded through NIH Read More »

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