Understanding Our Past
Ryan Mire, M.D., leads third annual DEI lecture and inaugural Wellness Council Lectureship on the historical perspective of systemic racism in medical education.
Estate Gift Will Inspire Change Through Nursing Professorship
A VCU School of Nursing alumna establishes a professorship in hopes of helping equip nurses with skills to advocate for health policy changes.
Scholarship Honors Parents’ Community Ties
To honor their parents’ memory and dedication to improving patient care and well-being, three sisters created the Guy C. Clayton, D.D.S., and Jean B. Clayton, Memorial Scholarship for first-year orthodontics residents in the VCU School of Dentistry.
Love of Teaching, Patient Care Inspires Professorship
David F. Gardner, M.D., gave to create a professorship in endocrinology to help attract or retain a faculty member at the VCU School of Medicine.
Loving Gift Is a Legacy of Hope
One family turned their unbearable loss into meaning and hope for others.
Pharmacy Alum Invests in Profession’s Future
Mike Nuckols and his wife, Samantha, want to ensure future students can pursue their dreams to enter the profession.
A Year That Kept Us Hopeful
The foundation celebrates a year of transformative giving for health, education and research on the MCV Campus.
Raising Awareness and Support for Sickle Cell Disease
To share some of the latest progress in VCU Health's global leadership of sickle cell disease research and care development, the MCV Foundation hosted its second Finding a Cure for Sickle Cell Anemia Together virtual event Dec. 4.
Dentistry Establishes Largest-Ever Scholarship
Superstar Scholarship offers historic support level to entering D.D.S. students.
Remembering Dr. Gazala’s Commitment to Students
The Joseph R. Gazala, M.D., Scholarship will open the door for countless medical students over many generations thanks to the legacy of one man’s generosity.