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Research

Our research today is shaping the public health policies and practices of tomorrow.

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Overview

At the Milken Institute School of Public Health research is pivotal for strengthening and expanding our school’s foundation. Our faculty are passionate about finding solutions to today’s most critical public health problems. Our faculty’s research often evolves into influential public health policy and practice locally, nationally and globally. Moreover, our drive for research excellence creates a vibrant culture of learning for our students. Students come to us from all cultures and backgrounds, ready for an intellectual journey that will take them to new frontiers of public health research, practice and leadership. Research mentorship by our faculty steers them through that journey.

Organized Research Units


Research Resources


Office of Research Excellence

This office provides support to the school’s faculty and researchers, identifying funding opportunities, formulating research agendas, and fine-tuning grantsmanship, to enhance scholarly output with high public health impact.

Office of Research Excellence
Research Brief

Our school’s research information sharing and research updates for our investigators, upcoming funding opportunities, and insights on timely topics.

Research Brief
Bioethics Interest Group

The GW Milken Institute School of Public Health has a Bioethics Interest Group (BIG)! The goal of BIG is to meet monthly to provide a discussion forum for the consideration of different views on important ethical issues of our time.

Bioethics Interest Group

Research Showcase


Showcasing Student Research

Each year, GW hosts Research Showcase, which is an opportunity for students, faculty and researchers throughout GW to share their research with the university community. The process begins about a month before when participants submit an abstract of current, ongoing or completed research for consideration. Once approved, participants have the opportunity to showcase their research with an online poster presentation with the chance to win monetary prizes. It’s a great way to network and gain experience presenting your research to both research and non-technical audiences.

2021 Student Posters

Interested in Participating in Research Showcase

Recent Research Headlines


PCH Professor Donaldson Conserve receives pilot award funding to conduct a study entitled, acceptability and feasibility of unsupervised HIV self-testing among networks of men in Tanzania

PCH Professor Donaldson Conserve receives pilot award funding for a study that aims to use Intervention Mapping (IM) to develop Self-Testing Education and Promotion...

PCH Faculty member Tamara Henry receives CTSI-CN funding to conduct an exploratory pilot study entitled, Black women with Fibroids: lived experience, effects on fertility and decision making

PCH Faculty member Tamara Henry receives funding for an exploratory pilot study that recognizes the disproportionate incidence and prevalence of Fibroids among Black...

One out of Three People Exposed to Potentially Harmful Pesticide

New study suggests children at high risk of exposure to a popular weed killer. WASHINGTON (Feb. 9, 2022) —One out of three people in a large survey showed signs of...