Champion water skier and School of Dentistry alum John Howell elected to receive the WATCHMAN so he could continue to shred the wake without fear of bleeding complications due to his Afib.
VCU Health leads a national clinical trial that could mean the end of blood thinners for AFib patients.
Family, colleagues and students came together to establish a memorial scholarship to honor a professor lost too soon to cancer.
It’s no secret that the MCV Campus is where tomorrow’s top dentists receive their training. Just ask Richmond magazine. The MCV Foundation is proud to support the excellent training of dentists and dental hygienists through student scholarships.
An ongoing research project on smell and taste loss related to COVID-19 received national media attention and has inspired support for continuing the effort.
VCU researchers have discovered a solution that stabilizes patients experiencing traumatic shock and are pursuing commercialization of the lifesaving compound.
The MCV Campus of VCU Health has no shortage of impactful leaders. This year on June 7, the MCV Foundation once again recognized a handful of those individuals at its annual awards dinner.
The MCV Campus has created a national model for how to address disparities and quality of care in sickle cell disease, and the research into new treatments remains promising.