The partnership helps improve medical education and advance the clinical health and well-being in the community by addressing and solving problems through art and design.
Camille Schrier won the Miss America competition, and the VCU School of Pharmacy student will travel the next year to promote an impressive national platform around prescription drug safety.
We’re often inspired by the stories of our students on the MCV Campus whose educational goals have been made possible through generous scholarships. The Invest in Me campaign shares why scholarships matter through the stories of students who receive them.
2019 has been an amazing year on the MCV Campus at VCU Health. New facilities have opened and begun construction, grateful patients and alumni have made incredible contributions to the campus’s future, and the MCV Foundation has made new friends across Central Virginia who we know will be partners in advancing patient care, research and education for many years to come.
The Gordon Ginder Research Excellence Fund recognizes 22 years of excellent leadership and will fuel research and discoveries that improve patient care on the MCV Campus.
Both Don and Michele Romano, M.D., found IRA Charitable Rollovers a great way to support their favorite charity.
The inspiring story of Carlyn Dalness's parents — and of the gift that will support researchers and students for decades — begins more than 80 years ago on the cusp of World War II.
A unique and enduring bequest continues to support junior faculty research on the MCV Campus. The latest Blick Scholars are engaged in compelling research that will help advance the future of great patient care.
A $1 million gift from the estate of Rebecca Peebles Bowen continues her and her husband’s legacy of supporting healthcare and healthcare education.
The board, staff and friends of the MCV Foundation are heartbroken to learn that Ken Wright, a donor, a friend, an inspiration and a generous human being, has passed away.
This summer, seven students from the VCU School of Medicine traveled to Ghana in West Africa. They made the journey because they wanted to see, hear and experience global health — things they wouldn’t be able to extract from a book held in their hands here in Richmond.
Only at an academic health facility like VCU Health can faculty, surgeons and students from pharmacy, medicine and engineering work together to accomplish such goals.