Dr. Kevin Donovan explains to Bloomberg the clash of responsibilities faced by companies and patients when determining compassionate use of unapproved drugs.
The New York Times interviewed Dr. Rebecka Lundgren about a Save the Children program teaching gender equality.
Dr. Ranit Mishori was interviewed for NPR All Things Considered about detox diets.
The Washington Post interviewed NHS Interim Dean Pat Cloonan and Prof. Kathy Ellis about the success of its online family nurse practitioner graduate program.
NPR Weekend Edition aired a story about Dr. Joel Selanikio's time treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone. An audio journal from his trip is published on the website. Dr. Selanikio also was interviewed by Westwood One radio network about the apparent ebbing of Ebola cases in West Africa.
Georgetown Dish and The Examiner previewed William Wegman: Out of the Box, an exhibit on display in the Lombardi Atrium.
CSPAN carried an event about the Sunshine Act. Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman was a panelist. The event also was covered by MedPage Today.
The Hoya covered a couple of GUMC news items including the selection of Dr. Richard Schlegel and Anthony Dritschilo to the National Academy of Inventors, and the choice of two GUMC grads for Forbes magazines list of "30 Under 30."
Dr. Kenneth Lin discusses lung cancer screening in his inaugural Medscape video blog.