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The pharmacy professor and his team are pursuing a treatment that has the potential to "improve and save the lives of millions of people.”
Virginia Commonwealth University will require students taking classes this fall to be vaccinated against COVID-19, university leaders announced Monday.
From slow streets to parklets, quick retrofits of public (and sometimes private) space rapidly expanded in response to COVID-19. While some changes are temporary, others could become permanent.
A leader at VCU for nearly 30 years, Barker spent his life serving others in education, health care and the military, bringing people together to improve the lives of students and patients.
David Cifu’s work in the field includes leading two federally funded projects to address the long-term effects of mild traumatic brain injury in military service personnel and veterans.
Research shows that those with a history of adverse childhood experiences were more likely to bear a heavier burden during the pandemic’s initial surge.
Compiling and analyzing state data plays a major role in testing and the vaccination process.
Why did the rules change so suddenly? Is the change really a good idea? And what about all the exceptions? VCU Health infectious disease expert Michael Stevens weighs in on the new federal guidance.