Research & Centers

The Office of Research (OR) at the GW School of Nursing supports the development and submission of research proposals and the administration of sponsored projects. School of Nursing investigators have received awards in several categories including Federal (HHS/HRSA, NIH/NIMHD, HHS/SAMSHA), Foundation (Robert Wood Johnson, Weldon Institute, Josiah Macy, among others), Association (National League for Nursing, Mather Institute) and sub-award (University of Iowa, Florida International University, University of Pennsylvania among others). Faculty research interests include, but are not limited to aging, chronic care management, community health, health disparities, health policy, nursing education and oncology.

The Office of Research (OR)

Our Centers

Center for Aging, Health and Humanities

The GW Center for Aging, Health and Humanities, is the interdisciplinary home for GW faculty to collaborate on research, education, scholarship and clinical innovations to improve the care of older adults and their families.

Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement

The GW Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement is committed to increasing visibility across health care disciplines to educate the public about their expertise, perspectives and work.

Veterans Administration
Geriatric Research and Clinical Center

The GW School of Nursing is a proud academic affiliate of the Baltimore Veterans Administration Geriatric Research and Education Clinical Center (GRECC).


In The News

GW Nursing Launches Implementation Science and Health Policy Webinar Series

October 19, 2022

The GW Nursing Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement launched a webinar series focusing on the important role of implementation science research

GW Health Leaders Issue Statement on Supreme Court Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade

June 24, 2022

Statement from Pamela Slaven-Lee, Barbara Bass, and Lynn Goldman.

GW Today features Dr. Daisy Le: Self-Testing Kit for HPV Aims to Improve Access to Care

January 26, 2022

GW Nursing Assistant Professor Daisy Le’s MySHARE study will assess whether self-sampling could be an effective tool to detect cervical cancer in local women living with HIV.