As a nurse practitioner and a psychiatrist ate lunch together one day in 1987, they had a vision to bring all of the healthcare providers and specialists that are important to women’s health together into one place to serve the whole woman. Now MCV Foundation board members, Judy Collins and Susan Kornstein continue to support women's health on local, national and international stages.
Beginning this May, the City of Richmond Department of Fire and Emergency Services will be the newest partner in treating sickle cell disease alongside VCU Health and Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU.
Some of the sharing and communications networks, laws and ethical standards that today are vital to organ donation and transplantation across the country arose from MCV Campus leaders' contributions.
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, so we’re taking the opportunity to highlight recent research on the MCV Campus examining human papillomavirus (HPV), which is contributing to a rise in the frequency of oropharyngeal cancer (cancer located in the base of the tongue or tonsillar region).
Seth Spencer, having completed his first year as a student at VCU School of Medicine, is staying on the MCV Campus this summer to begin his fight to ensure young people in the future won’t have to face what he did.
The MCV Foundation and Virginia Museum of History & Culture Launch Partnership, Host Inaugural Panel Exploring History of Heart Transplant
More than 300 people attended the event to hear about the Medical College of Virginia’s role in the world’s first human heart transplant, which is a story of cutting-edge science and human drama that was recounted in author Donald McRae’s 2006 book “Every Second Counts.”
The annual scholarship brunch provides an opportunity for donors to the five health sciences schools on the MCV Campus at VCU Health to meet the students who are benefiting from their gifts and investments.
The MCV Foundation’s director of gift planning Jane Garnet Brown met recently with nonprofit legal expert Bill Gray to explore what recent tax reform means for charitable giving.
Attorneys are partnering with doctors on the MCV Campus to address legal issues facing patients that sometimes create barriers to getting healthy.
The life-saving care that Bob Hershberger received at VCU Health following a cardiac arrest inspired him and his wife Margaret to give back in support of research and future patient care.
Extending the fight against prostate cancer by supporting research at VCU Massey Cancer Center.
The VCU School of Nursing Clinical Scholars Program, which the MCV Foundation honored and raised funding for at its December board meeting reception, provides grants and other resources to support clinical faculty projects and recruitment at the school.