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April 7 is World Health Day. There couldn’t be a more fitting time than right now to think about health on a global scale, and how disease affects the human race without regard for borders. The fights against viruses, bacteria and illness are battles we wage together, and we couldn’t be prouder to share the ways a lab in Richmond is making lifesaving global health drugs more affordable and more available for people around the globe.
The community has recognized the invaluable role providers and researchers at VCU Health have played in our lives over the past few weeks, and many of you have asked how you can help. Here at the MCV Foundation, our role is to provide avenues by which you can do just that — help.
The MCV Campus Endowed Scholarship Brunch has been an opportunity for scholarship donors and recipients to meet, say thank you, discuss past and future careers, and sometimes make lifelong connections. While it didn’t take place this spring, the impact and generosity of scholarship donors is still quite remarkable and worthy of praise.
A combined $5.5 million gift from William E. Conway Jr. and his wife Joanne will allow the VCU School of Nursing to provide partial and full scholarships to one-third of its undergraduate students.
David Sarrett, D.M.D., dean of the VCU School of Dentistry, and his wife Beth announced their estate plans include support to endow a chair in general dentistry in an effort to ensure that future generations of dentistry students learn from the most talented faculty.
We are proud to have published our third issue of NEXT magazine this February.
In this issue, the research and innovation we explore range from a lab reimagining how medicines are made around the world, to projects covering a broad spectrum in neurosciences, to a relatively new discipline — cardio-oncology.
The Pauley Family Foundation has once again made an investment to fortify VCU Health as a national leader in cardiac care.
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.
This January, the MCV Campus bids farewell to a leader who guided VCU Health with discerning vision, a tenacious work ethic and an unmatched compassion for people.
Marsha Rappley, M.D., retired from her position as CEO of VCU Health System and senior vice president for health sciences at VCU this January.