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.
Our VCU Health panel of experts discussed the history of cancer care and promising advances in treatment and prevention at this year's Health in History event, which is hosted in partnership with the Virginia Museum of History & Culture.
An expert panel from the VCU School of Medicine showcased the excellent care and research for mental health conditions available on the MCV Campus during the foundation's Discovery Series Williamsburg event.
Each year, the MCV Foundation Board of Trustees honors people who have made significant contributions to the world-class patient care, research and education that VCU Health delivers right here in our community.
On June 3, we gathered again at the Country Club of Virginia to celebrate these changemakers among us.
We were proud this spring to again honor one of VCU Health’s most generous groups, the MCV Society. This year, the deep tradition of the MCV Campus converged with an ultramodern backdrop as we celebrated in VCU’s Institute for Contemporary Art.
We held our 10th Discovery Series event in Williamsburg this October. Over the last several years, these events have provided a venue for our friends in Williamsburg to hear about the latest advances in healthcare from VCU Health scholars, researchers and clinicians who are leaders in their fields.
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.
Golf, goodwill and great people all converged on the Country Club of Virginia this June at the fourth annual Harper’s Hope Golf Tournament and Auction.
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.
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.
2017 has been an amazing year on the MCV Campus at VCU Health. As we continued to support the region’s only comprehensive academic health center by inspiring philanthropic contributions and sharing the stories of life-saving global impact, the campus’s progress toward reaching goals for improving patient care, research and education has been substantial.