Georgetown University Medical Center is one of about 140 academic health and science centers in the United States. Its goal is to combine excellence in education (training doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals, as well as biomedical scientists), cutting-edge interdisciplinary research collaboration, and improving human health through basic science and translational biomedical research. We have chosen to focus our research on a few main areas.
We are committed to the Catholic and Jesuit idea of cura personalis, which means “care of the whole person.” Our partnerships with groups in the area make our work stronger and help it reach more people.
Georgetown University Medical Center Administration
Georgetown is unique because of how good it is at research, teaching, and taking care of patients. Our administrators and staff take pride in their work and do it professionally. They work together to make operations, services, and support run smoothly.
Overview of Medical Center Administration
Office of the Executive Vice President
Edward B. Healton, MD, MPH, Executive Vice President for Health Sciences, Executive Dean of the School of Medicine
Chief of Staff
Sean B. Hawkins
Biomedical Graduate Education
Anna Tate Riegel, PhD, Senior Associate Dean
Office of the Dean for Research
Moshe Levi, MD, Interim Dean for Research
Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
Louis M. Weiner, MD, Director
Medical Center Advancement
Donald Dunn, Senior Director of Development, Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
Medical Center Finance
Mary Glasscock, MBA, Senior Associate Vice President for Business Affairs and Administration
Office of Communications
Karen Teber, Associate Vice President for Strategic Communications
Office of Faculty and Academic Affairs
Elliott Crooke, PhD, Senior Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs
Office of Technology Commercialization (Georgetown University)
Ruchika Nijhara, PhD, MBA, CLP, Interim Vice President for Technology Commercialization
Office of the University Counsel
Casey Inge, JD, University Counsel
School of Health
Christopher J. King, Ph.D., MHSc, FACHE, Dean
School of Medicine
Lee Jones, MD, Dean for Medical Education
School of Nursing
Roberta Waite, EdD, PMHCNS, RN, MSN, ANEF, FAAN, Dean
The Faculty at Georgetown
Georgetown is an international community of scholars based in the nation’s capital. Through research, teaching, and outreach on important global issues, Georgetown works for the common good. Our professors are involved in the world around them and use their knowledge to answer important questions about it. This directory also has clear profiles for our deans, post-docs, and doctoral students. You can search for a profile below by name, area of expertise, or other keywords. In their profiles, faculty talk about their research, publications, teaching, appearances in the media, mentoring, and other things. In doctoral candidate profiles, you can find information about their research, publications, and services, among other things.
Georgetown University Contact
Use the options below to get in touch with a person or group. Please note that the Georgetown University Medical Center does not keep a central list of how to get in touch with the different offices and organizations in the Medical Center.
Search for a Person
Use GUFaculty360 to find out about the people who teach at the Medical Center.
Please use the online directory at Georgetown University to find out how to get in touch with students, faculty, and staff.
Contact Us by Telephone or Mail
Georgetown University Medical Center
4000 Reservoir Road, NW, Suite 120
Washington, D.C. 20057
Contact Our Clinical Partner:
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
3800 Reservoir Road, NW
Washington, D.C. 20007
Maps and Directions
Search the Medical Center Website
You can also find people or groups that appear on Medical Center web pages by using the general search tool up top.
Contact the Web Staff
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if there is a technical problem with the Medical Center website.
Georgetown University Press & Communications Contacts
News Media and Getting the Word Out
The Georgetown University Medical Center’s Office of Communications helps news organizations and gives them information about the medical center and the area around it. Please contact us if you want to find an expert or learn more about the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, the School of Medicine, the School of Nursing and Health Studies, or our biomedical research enterprise.
Since Georgetown University is a private school, we respect the privacy rights of our students. We also know that the media have tight deadlines, so we try to answer requests as quickly as possible. Before coming to campus, journalists who want to set up interviews or attend events at the medical center must contact our media relations representative.
- Visits to the Medical Center: All visits to university grounds by news reporters and camera crews must be set up with the media relations team. Students can’t be filmed, photographed, or recorded on audio or video unless they give their written permission.
- Attending Events: Most of the people who attend events at Georgetown University Medical Center are students, faculty, staff, and invited guests. If a member of the media wants to cover an event, they should contact the media relations team to find out how to do it. Not all events can be filmed on video because there isn’t enough room.
Communications, Media Requests Contact:
Associate Vice President, Strategic Communications
Internal Communications (Online Newsletters, Websites & Social Media)
Submit Information for GUMC Update and GUMC Connects Online Newsletters / Website Updates and Corrections:
Internal Communications Contact:
For information regarding MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, please contact the hospital’s media office.
For information regarding the Georgetown University (non-medical center), please contact the university’s press office.
Georgetown University Careers Portal
There are many different job opportunities at the University.
No matter where you work at Georgetown, you are part of a diverse university community that stretches all over the world.
Please click here if you are interested in temporary jobs at Georgetown University.
As the largest private employer in the District of Columbia, Georgetown tries to set an example of a fair, competitive, and fair workplace. We live up to these values by having a diverse group of students, faculty, and staff, being committed to justice and the common good, and having an international focus.
As a member of Georgetown’s thriving community, get involved deeply with this dynamic team and make the most of your time there.
Our Recruitment Practices:
All positions at Georgetown University are checked out before they are filled. The screening may include, but is not limited to, a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or work history. Georgetown has an online system that needs a valid email address to work. Offers of work depend on how well the pre-employment background check goes.
Diversity and Inclusion
Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that wants to make sure its faculty and staff are made up of people from different backgrounds. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will be considered for jobs, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation), disability status, protected veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic. (Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision is a part of EEO, which is a law supplement.)
If you are a qualified person with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please click here for more information or call the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA) at (202) 687-4798.
This means you can:
• Look for new work. (For each job number, you can only send in one application.)
• Check to see what’s going on with the jobs you’ve applied for.
• Change your contact info.
The University puts a lot of effort into hiring women, people from minority groups, people with disabilities, and veterans from the Vietnam War. On the Georgetown University Veterans page, you can find a list of the University’s resources and programs.
All of your applications and open positions have been moved to our new platform for hiring. Through our new portal, you can now get to your applicant record and the documents that go with it. Contact the Help Desk at email@example.com to get access to your applicant record, including account access and help with how to use the new recruitment site.
All internal applicants (people who already work at Georgetown) will now have to apply directly through GMS. For a guide on how to apply as an internal applicant, click here. Contact the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help.
Georgetown University Anti-Racism & Racial Justice
GUMC is working to improve inclusion, diversity, and fairness.
We choose to work and learn together at Georgetown University because we value the worth of each person, the pursuit of social justice, and actions that serve the common good by helping others. We will be able to thrive as a more diverse community if we work to make it more open and fair.
Our Commitment in Motion
The GUMC community shows its commitment to anti-racism, racial justice, and equity through dozens of structures, committees, grants, and pipeline programs, as well as through changes to the curriculum and engagement with the community.
Updates on Our Anti-Racism and Racial Justice Work
Look at these two new sites.
22 April 2022
The Racial Justice Institute and the Center for Men’s Health Equity both now have websites.
The GUPD has put up the Fall 2021 Field Stop Report
30 January 2022
A report on officer-initiated stops on campus has been made available by the GUPD.
There is a new FDI report.
Monday, January 27, 2022
After the work of four FDI design teams, the Faculty Development Committee Subcommittee on Faculty Diversity & Inclusion (FDI) has released its first report.
Report from the Committee for Change on Racial Justice for 2021
22 January 2022
The 2021 report from the Racial Justice Committee for Change is now out.
New Tale Published: New Georgetown Program Brings Together Training in Different Science Fields
21 January 2022
The National Institutes of Health has given Georgetown University a very competitive and prestigious training grant. A new story shows what it could be used for.
Georgetown University Research
The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education has always said that Georgetown University is a school with “very high research activity.” Georgetown University Medical Center is where most of the university’s research is done. Each year, it gets about $100 million in funding from outside sources to support a wide range of research, from basic to applied to translational science. The Medical Center research community is made up of experts in many different fields. Their work is known all over the world, especially in the fields of cancer, neuroscience, and global health. It is one of only a few places in the country to have both a Comprehensive Cancer Center and a Clinical and Translational Science Award, which are both given by the federal government.
Georgetown University Education
Georgetown University Medical Center trains doctors, scientists, nurses, and other health care workers who are dedicated to caring for others and meeting society’s health needs. They do this by combining academic excellence, ethics, and a commitment to the community.
Georgetown faculty and students are a group of scholars and healers who work together to help people who are sick and to make science and medicine better for everyone.
School of Medicine
The School of Medicine offers a traditional medical degree program, as well as dual medical degrees and other educational programs. All of these are based on the philosophy of cura personalis, which means “care of the whole person.”
Biomedical Graduate Education
Biomedical Graduate Education offers master’s, PhD, dual degree, and certificate programs that prepare students for academic and professional careers in the biomedical sciences.
School of Nursing
The School of Nursing builds on a 120-year history of high-quality education at the professional, advanced practice, and doctoral levels. This tradition is rooted in our Jesuit values and puts a strong focus on research and scholarship.
School of Health
Scholars and students can work together across disciplines and across the university in the School of Health to look at health and well-being from different points of view.
Georgetown University Medical Center gives students at all levels of their education the chance to do research.
Dahlgren Memorial Library
The third-most-visited medical library in the country gives 24/7 access to Georgetown’s faculty, staff, health sciences students, and people who work at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.
Medical Center Departments
See a list of the departments at Georgetown University Medical Center.
Georgetown University Hospital Patient Care
Through a clinical partnership with MedStar Health, most of the care for patients is given at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. The most well-known academic teaching hospital in the area is MedStar Georgetown. MedStar Health is one of the largest and most geographically diverse networks for providing integrated health care in the area. Many of the doctors at MedStar Georgetown are also faculty members at the School of Medicine. This means that they teach the next generation of doctors.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has named the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center at Georgetown University Medical Center as a comprehensive cancer center. It is the only cancer center in the Washington, D.C., area to have this title. Our clinical partners at MedStar Health take care of cancer care at Georgetown Lombardi.
Through this clinical partnership, Georgetown Lombardi is the research engine for a regional program called the MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute. This helps the cancer center reach more people in the Washington/Baltimore area. The MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute combines Georgetown Lombardi’s research on cancer prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, and survivorship with clinical care, mostly at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and MedStar Washington Hospital Center, but also at other hospitals and outpatient centers in the MedStar Health system. As a result, patients have easier access to clinical trials, advanced clinical cancer care, and cutting-edge technologies at more convenient locations.
Clinical trials are research studies that look at the safety and effectiveness of new drugs, drug combinations, treatments, or medical procedures. Clinicians hope to learn from these studies how to better tailor their care to each individual patient.
Georgetown University Student Login
- Go to the Georgetown University official login page via our official link below. After you click on the link, it will open in a new tab so that you can continue to see the guide and follow the troubleshooting steps if required.
- Simply login with your login details. You will have to have been given these by Georgetown University Login, either on sign up or by your authority of Georgetown University Login.
- You should now have a “successfully logged in” message. Congratulations, you are now logged in successfully to Georgetown University Login.
- If you can not log in to the Georgetown University Login website, then follow our troubleshooting guide, found here.
Guide to Sign up for Georgetown University Login
- On your computer, launch your favorite web browser.
- Type Official Georgetown University Login Website and Press the “Enter” button.
- Find Sign up or create an account on the website and click it.
- Fill up the details given on the Signup page.
- Press the “sign up” button.
Activate the Georgetown University Login
- Already you gave the email address on the Signup page.
- So, You will receive the Georgetown University Login activation link at your given email address.
- Click the link to activate the Georgetown University Login.
How to Retrieve Forgot Georgetown University Login Password?
- Access the sign-in page of Georgetown University Login.
- Click on the “Forgot?” option.
- It will prompt you to enter the email address.
- Enter the email and click on “EMAIL ME INSTRUCTIONS.”
- You will receive the Georgetown University Login instructions in your email.
- Follow them carefully to recover the password.
How do I sign out Georgetown University Portal?
- In Georgetown University Portal, at the top right, click your photo or Account image Account image.
- Click Sign out.
Reasons for Georgetown University Students being unable to log in
Authentication Failed – Invalid Password (The user name or password is incorrect.)
Students will have to try to log in again, as it was probably a bad combination of username and password. If this doesn’t work, the student will need to reset their password at Georgetown University Portal before trying again. Tell the student that there are times when the username and password get separated on the University side and there is nothing OAS can do about it. The only choice is to go to Georgetown University Portal and change the password.
Temporary Access has expired
The student had temporary access to SAMM, but that time has now run out. The Accessibility Specialist will have to look at the student’s account and remove the “Access Expires On:” date from the Student Profile.
Fail attempt more than 5 times.
The student has tried to log in 5 times but hasn’t been able to. Because of this, their account has been locked. The steps above are what a staff member needs to do to get into their account.
Username and password combination is wrong. Browser: XXXXXXX
The student can’t get into their account because they are using the wrong username or password. The students must try again. If they still can’t log in, they’ll need to reset their password at Georgetown University Portal before trying again.
How do I get help?
Need help? Your Georgetown University login credentials are managed by the Portal district. If you are unsure of your Georgetown University login credentials, receive an error when logging in, or your login suddenly stops working, please reach out to your teacher help desk for assistance.
You can find contact information on the Georgetown University login screen. You should see an email or phone number where you can reach the support contact.
If you do not see a support contact listed, please contact your student’s teacher.
Troubleshooting Georgetown University student login issues
The Georgetown University Portal doesn’t have a login button on their site
Owners of Georgetown University Portal can change everything about their site, including the login button. If the site owner has taken down the login button, please contact them directly to find out how to get into their login portal.
I logged in to the Georgetown University Portal. Why don’t I see all of the products I’m enrolled in?
You might make more than one account at the same Portal by accident by using different email addresses. This could happen if, when you bought the product, you misspelled your email address. If you can log in, but you can’t find or get to your course, you may have more than one account in the Georgetown University Portal.
You can only get to your products by logging into the account you used to buy them or sign up for them, so make sure you’re logging into the right account. If you don’t know if you’ve made more than one account.
I don’t remember my Georgetown University password; what should I do?
You might be having trouble logging in because the password for your student account is old or doesn’t work. If this is the case, you might want to change your password completely.
I used the wrong email address/no longer have access to my email address.
If you signed up with the wrong email address, don’t have access to the original email address anymore, or think you may have misspelled your email address, contact the Georgetown University Portal owner first to ask for help signing up with a different email address.
If you’ve tried to get in touch with the owner and haven’t heard back, contact our Customer Support team.
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