The Revere Scholars program, funded by the Dr. James H. Revere Jr. Professorship for Faculty Excellence, recognizes outstanding achievements of junior faculty members and provides funding for their research, scholarship and professional development efforts.
Payment rates have just increased for the first time in six years for our charitable gift annuities, which is why we asked Kathy Bobbitt and Bertha Rolfe about their impressions and experiences with this method of giving.
In 2016, Williamsburg couple Nancy and Craig Canning were both beginning to enjoy the relaxation of retirement when they encountered two unexpected hurdles: anxiety and depression. Partners in every sense of the word, this was a battle they would face together.
History and Health: Exploring the 1918 Flu Pandemic and How VCU Health is Prepared to Fight Modern Outbreaks
This month, 100 years after one of the deadliest pandemics in history, we partnered with the Virginia Museum of History and Culture to explore the human impact of 1918’s influenza virus and what resources VCU Health has in place today to protect Central Virginians in the case of modern outbreaks.
As the stock market continues to reach all-time highs, now is a particularly opportune time to leverage your investments’ success to save lives through donating appreciated stock.
With the help of biomedical informatics, researchers can combine large amounts of data such as imaging and genomic information to find answers that lead to preventions or new treatments for diseases.
As VCU Health continues to reshape Richmond’s skyline and the future of healthcare in Central Virginia, administrators, patients, faculty, friends and neighbors gathered this summer at the corner of North 10th and East Leigh streets to break ground on the largest capital construction project in the health system’s history.
An unwelcome reality sets in for many new mothers when a newborn doesn’t instinctively know how to latch. That's why three nurses and doctor at VCU Health invented something to help breastfeeding mothers everywhere.
Addressing students, faculty and staff from the VCU School of Medicine, Gov. Ralph Northam spoke from a perspective that most governors across the country do not possess, and VCU was the ideal university and health system from which to speak.
As Brooklynn battled for six months in the NICU nearly 100 miles away from her home, she was fortunate to have something just as important as all the doctors and expertise that surrounded her – she had her family close by.
Patients from Richmond and beyond who need cardiovascular and oncology care gained an important ally in their treatment this summer.
On May 17 of this year, David and Christy announced a $1 million gift to support and name the Christine B. and David E. Cottrell Surgical Innovation Laboratory at the VCU School of Medicine.