COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Daily Updates and ResourcesCOVID Resources
We have increased our cleaning and disinfecting measures to make sure our hospitals and clinics provide a safe environment for your care.
Join Dr. Tamara Lawson as she walks you through the safety measures VCU Health is taking when you arrive downtown for surgery or a non-surgical procedure.Learn More
The faculty and staff at VCU Surgery are committed to providing the highest quality of education and training for the future medical leaders of our country.Surgery Education
The Office of Research, Biomedicine, Innovation and Technology — ORBIT supports and promotes research, innovation and global surgical activities.ORBIT
Patients who come to VCU Health for surgery gain access to some of the most skilled surgeons and ground-breaking procedures in the world.Clinical Care
All Hands on Deck: Tackling Covid-19
The entire Department of Surgery has stepped up in ways unimaginable to tackle this monster together. We want to especially recognize the following team members for stepping up to lead us through this "all hands on deck" action.
Vigneshwar Kasirajan, MD
Chair, Department of Surgery
Margaret Roberson answers questions about protocols at Student Health Services, what students should do if they start to experience symptoms and how to stay safe as we move into the fall.
The research, published in Hepatology, is the latest showing a strong correlation between the bacteria in people’s guts and colons and their health outcomes.
A team of VCU undergraduates was one of 38 recognized out of 1,400 entries in the COVID-19 Student Action Fund.
The program helps undergrads build a resume and work with VCU researchers in substance use and behavioral health.
A published paper by VCU researchers is one of the most comprehensive to look at parent-child transmission of suicide attempts and suicide deaths.
Taking a few minutes a day to see how you feel is one of several measures we all can take to slow the spread of COVID-19.
A School of Pharmacy researcher’s augmented reality technology is nearing the marketplace — backed by VCU's network of resources that guides faculty members' ideas from development to licensure.
A study of over 300,000 couples in Sweden finds marriage to a spouse exposed to parental alcohol misuse increases a person’s likelihood of developing a drinking problem.