The Georgetown University Journal of Health Sciences (GUJHS) began as the brainchild of the former chair of Human Science, Dr. Charlie Evans. Dr. Evans dreamed of a student-run journal that showcased the diverse research interests of the student population through technical papers. Now, the GUJHS follows true to Dr. Evans’ dream, and has also added sections to teach students about how to get into research positions and express the scientific humor and creativity of the health science student body. In doing so, we express the depth of students studying health sciences at Georgetown.
The GUJHS is a peer-reviewed health sciences journal dedicated to collecting, editing, and publishing quality research work performed by undergraduate and graduate students. We encourage students to pursue research and express their passion about the health sciences through written media. Any students interested in submitting their work should visit our Submissions page for more details.
Editor-in-Chief: Mansi Vohra
Mansi is a Junior in the Nursing and Health Studies (NHS) school studying International Health, pre-med.
Executive Managing Editor: Kira Lin
Kira is a Junior in the NHS studying Human Science, pre-med.
Director of Editing: Hailey Vann
Hailey is a Junior in the NHS studying Human Science, pre-med.
Director of News: Noori Srivastava
Noori is a Sophomore in the NHS studying Human Science, pre-med.
Director of Op-Eds: Luke Djavaherian
Luke is a Sophomore in the NHS studying Health Care, Management and Policy, pre-med.
Director of Marketing: Emily Lau
Events Coordinator: Jennifer Henry
Jenn is a Sophomore in the NHS studying HCMP.
Senior Advisor: Madhav “Jai” Paul
Madhav is a senior Human Science major in the School of Nursing & Health Studies. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the Georgetown University Journal of Health Sciences from 2014-2015 and pioneered the effort of transforming the Journal from an online-only publication to a print publication.
Assistant Directors: Amanda Lee (Editing), Elizabeth Park (News), Arista Jhanjee (Op-Eds)