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Ryan Garten conducts research on prolonged sitting and cardiovascular health, and offers steps to avoid developing back and neck problems.
VCU Libraries is ramping up efforts as the university shifts to online learning during the COVID-19 crisis.
The funds will support students learning in a dramatically new academic climate and caregivers and researchers at VCU Health.
From the time she was 15, when a team of doctors in Iran saved her aunt’s life, Armita Kabirpour has wanted to become a doctor.
For college athletes at VCU and across the country, the games, matches and tournaments are abruptly over — some before they even started.
VCU Health System today submitted letters to the state health commissioner and director of the Virginia Department of Health requesting authorization to expand its licensed capacity by 460 beds.
Staff members are caring for children of VCU Health System employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Avanthi Jayaweera created a course, Physician Advocacy for the Underserved, to help future physicians learn how to use their standing in the community to effect positive change.
Infectious disease expert Richard Wenzel shares lessons from SARS, MERS and swine flu, which he studied during its 2009-10 outbreak in Mexico.
VCU School of Social Work research into stress among LGBTQ+ youth has been expanded during the pandemic to include how pets can help with mental health.
Virginia Commonwealth University researchers began two clinical trials this week on a potential, experimental treatment for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus rapidly spreading across the globe.
Graduating VCU School of Medicine student Jay Pham, a Vietnamese immigrant, learns on Match Day what’s in store for his future.
Students, VCU employees and community professionals can learn about digital tools and strategies to communicate about this crisis.
At VCU and around the world, students and educators are moving to virtual classrooms. Collaboration and asking for help are key, said online education expert Jonathan Becker.
David Sarrett, dean of VCU’s School of Dentistry, says wait on your checkup; don’t wait for emergency dental care.
The COVID-19 outbreak has forced the student newspaper to stop printing, but staff continue to publish stories online.
Your doctor has asked that you self-quarantine. Follow these steps to prevent spreading COVID-19 to others.
The Executive Committee of the Virginia Commonwealth University Board of Visitors will meet at 4:30 p.m. on March 25 at 910 W. Franklin St. in Richmond, Virginia.
VCU psychology professor Michael Southam-Gerow offers advice for preserving mental health amid the coronavirus.
The university will extend online-only classes through the end of the spring semester and has canceled May 2020 commencement.
Overcommunication and empathy are keys to maintaining productivity, says VCU business professor S. Douglas Pugh.
Alex H. Krist, M.D., has been appointed chair of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, a volunteer panel of national health care experts that provides guidance on which checkups and tests Americans need to stay healthy.
The university has graduate programs ranked in the top 50 in 22 fields, according to the publication.
Alcohol use disorder is strongly associated with suicide risk, according to a Virginia Commonwealth University-led study published March 12 in the American Journal of Psychiatry.
What should I do while I wait for my results? What do positive and negative results mean? VCU Health has a primer on what happens next.
VCU Business professor Jeff Smith talks about the long road to recovery for global supply chains once virus ‘runs its course.'
Climatext, invented at VCU, assesses student sentiments about campus climate — including related to coronavirus — in real time.
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