Fostering Community Collaboration with Health Equity Programs
A Massey grant program is engaging Richmond-area communities on cancer education and providing opportunities for screenings and caregiver support.
Hypertension Change Agents
A new pilot program will teach Richmond area students about why blood pressure is important, how to take readings and how to interpret the readings.
Dentistry Ethics Course Teaches Local History of Disparities
Under the leadership of Carlos Smith, D.D.S., M.Div., a required ethics course for second-year dentistry students aims to ensure graduates enter the profession understanding historic dynamics affecting trust and equitable access to care.
Easing the Burdens of a World-Class Education
One couple hopes their bequest will ease the burden of debt for medical students at VCU.
Exploring Liver’s Link to Greater Health
One VCU Health researcher is leading a global effort to better understand the essential role the liver plays in overall health and how a significant portion of the U.S. and global population is at risk for liver disease.
Health Professions Scholarship Honors Disability Advocate
The new scholarship provides support for students in the rehabilitative counseling program.
Nursing alumna establishes scholarship in memory of her mother, a 1944 graduate of the school.
Inaugural Endowed Lectureship Features National Addiction Expert
The VCU School of Medicine heard remarks from Nora D. Volkow, M.D., director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, at the first Adam Abubaker Memorial Lectureship.
Supporting Tomorrow’s Top Doctors
The MCV Foundation is proud to support the excellent training of future top docs through student scholarships.
Endowed Scholarship Brunch Returns to the Jefferson
The foundation's tradition of celebrating the donors and recipients of endowed scholarships returned to an in person event for the first time since 2019.