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Dr. Ann Fulcher receives Gold Medal Award from Society of Abdominal Radiologists [View Image] Faculty honors and news
Patrick Nana-Sinkam, M.D., joins national committees focused on inclusivity and career development [View Image] Faculty honors and news
Gonzalo Bearman, M.D., M.P.H., named editor of new antimicrobial stewardship and health care epidemiology journal [View Image] Faculty honors and news
Medical students graduate in three years through new program [View Image] School news
'Only Limited by Your Vision’ [View Image] SOM Discoveries
VETAR Grants Set to Launch 13 New Faculty Research Projects [View Image] Research News
Pilot grants provide early-stage cardiac research funding [View Image] Gifts at work
12th & Marshall, Winter 2020-21 issue [View Image] 12th & Marshall
Equity scholarships propel pipeline programs to next level [View Image] 12th & Marshall
Crucial conversations [View Image] 12th & Marshall
Exploring the genetics of alcohol use disorder [View Image] 12th & Marshall
'An opportunity to do something bigger than me' [View Image] 12th & Marshall
The courage to speak out [View Image] 12th & Marshall
#StopTheStigma | #StandWithLorna [View Image] 12th & Marshall
Alumni can help make Match Day memorable [View Image] Alumni achievements and news, Gifts at work
VCU School of Medicine and the Veterans Health Administration: Helping our Heroes Receive the Best Possible Care [View Image] School news
‘I wanted to be the best’ [View Image] Alumni achievements and news
Understanding the importance of representation [View Image] Student news
A drive to be out in the field [View Image] Alumni achievements and news
Biomanufacturing better ways to repair and regenerate tendons and ligaments [View Image] Alumni achievements and news
Gift from Helene Fuld Health Trust supports scholarships for master’s students at the VCU School of Nursing.
Black Americans experienced highest per capita excess death rates, while regional surges contributed to higher excess death rates from COVID-19 and other causes, a VCU-led JAMA study finds.
A new study led by VCU researchers surveyed 788 people. Among its findings: Older people were less likely to support donating vaccines, as were Republicans.
“If we have a relative rate of vaccination that’s aligned with our relative rate of infection and death, that’s a more equitable approach.”
Only 15% of U.S. medical schools offer competency-based graduation. These programs allow students to graduate in 3 years instead of 4, and can help reduce student debt and address physician shortages.
Working behind the scenes of clinical trials and medical research, VCU data specialists get treatments to patients faster.
Leaders of a new educational series say learning, reflecting and involving the community are vital to determining how VCU and VCU Health take action toward achieving health equity.
The Alumni Lunch and Learn series featured M. Norman Oliver, who said the state is in a race against the two new COVID-19 variants.
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White Coat Ceremony 2019
The Class of 2023's 184 students were welcomed to the MCV Campus with an orientation week that began with Roll Call and culminated in the White Coat Ceremony where they heard from keynote speaker Clifford L. Deal, M'00, H'05. Photo credit: Kevin Morley, VCU University Marketing