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  • Jan 14, 2020

TL1 Scholar Dr. Kimberly Uweh receives Science Writer Fellowship from Georgetown Medicine Magazine

TL1 Scholar Dr. Kimberly Uweh is the recipient of a Science Writer Fellowship from Georgetown Medicine Magazine, a biannual publication that features health and medical education, research, and clinical news for alumni and friends of Georgetown University School of Medicine and Medical Center.

Her writing, What's Behind a Good Night's Sleep? Researching Placebo Effects in Insomnia Treatment, was published in their Fall 2019 edition.

Completing her second year as a GHUCCTS TL1 TBS scholar, Dr. Uweh enjoys healing people through art and science. She is also an aspiring fashion designer.

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