Biomedical Research

Biomedical student working on experiment

Research at Georgetown University Medical Center has led to therapies and treatments for a number of medicine's biggest challenges, including the world's first cancer vaccine, the discovery of a popular allergy medication and treatments to help people with severe spinal injuries regain movement in their limbs.

In addition to advancing research on neurological conditions, hypertension, cancer and many other complex health issues, a focus on academic excellence in graduate education is helping to train the next generation of researchers in the United States and around the world.

Your Support Matters

Gifts to biomedical research put the latest technology into scientists’ hands, train the next generation of researchers and move new discoveries more quickly from the laboratory to patient care.

If you are interested in contributing to a particular research area, fellowships or other areas, please call Paula Frishman at 202-687-7152 or email her.