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WASHINGTON, PA (Jan. 21, 2020)—At W&J, academic excellence isn’t the only thing you’ll find in the classroom. Many instructors take advantage of the College’s unique JayTerm—a condensed learning period between […]
When his hospital canceled all elective surgeries to treat a sudden influx of COVID-19 patients, Kory Imbrescia ’12 took on what he considered the battle of a lifetime.
Dr. Spagnolo ’61, a world-renowned pulmonologist & Professor Emeritus of Medicine, recently retired from the Washington DC VA Medical Center & the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates after fifty years of service.
Bri Bray is also returning to the Johnstown area from Washington and Jefferson College, who says she’s been even more cautious than normal before returning home for the holidays.
A virtual seminar, “What’s New In Metastatic Breast Cancer,” is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 21. Offering the program are Allegheny Health Network and the Glock Foundation, an organization that supports targeting breast cancer through clinical trials. President and founder Carol Glock, a Bethel Park resident and Washington & Jefferson…
Matthew Iwaniec, PsyD, is no stranger to difficult emotions. As a specialist in assessing and treating the emotional distress associated with chronic and acute physical illness, he has also seen first-hand the pain that comes with loss.
Andrea Fletcher ’10 and a team develop digital tracking system to monitor COVID-19 in Malawi.
Brionna Kifer Matt ’09, M.D. became one of her hospital’s key designated resident experts for the duration of the Covid-19 outbreak.
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