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The Future of Surgery Today
VCU Surgery Strategic Plan Executive Summary 2019–2023 explores areas central to our work and mission.
Patients who come to VCU Health for surgery gain access to some of the most skilled surgeons and ground-breaking procedures in the world.
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.
The Office of Research, Biomedicine, Innovation and Technology — ORBIT supports and promotes research, innovation and global surgical activities.
The program, Bridging the Gap, provides violently injured patients with a brief hospital-based intervention that aims to prevent retaliatory violence.
The three-year, approximately $3 million Specialized Program of Research Excellence grant from the National Cancer Institute is the first of its kind awarded in Virginia.
Massey director Robert Winn explains how a $3 million National Cancer Institute grant will bring together scientists and the community to combat the disproportionate effects of lung cancer on Black Americans.
The company says the vaccine is safe and effective for children ages 5-11. What happens next? Tiffany Kimbrough, a pediatrician and mother of two young children, answers our questions.
Renal Rehab, run by VCU’s Department of Kinesiology and Health Sciences, helps chronic kidney disease and renal transplant patients integrate exercise and improved nutrition into their lifestyle.
A VCU-led consortium of regional health providers has been designated a Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems Center, which focuses on research and improving patient quality of life.
Guidry, a VCU professor and researcher, has been studying public health communication for years. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become a topic of international importance.
A new study is the first to quantify the financial impact of sickle cell on individuals and families: $15k in lost wages and productivity per year per person, totaling $650,000 lost over a lifetime.