Alumni excelled at raising a reunion year gift to support the VCU School of Nursing’s Clinical Scholars Program.
Only 10 months ago, Sara Anderson could barely move her arm or hold a paintbrush. Today her paintings are selling out and raising funds for the VCU Health Comprehensive Stroke Center.
Planned giving is playing an important role how the School of Medicine partners with donors to increase scholarship resources for students from underrepresented communities
Generous scholarship donors help lay the foundation on the MCV Campus for tomorrow’s top health care providers and researchers.
Sheryl Garland talks about her passion for helping improve access to care for the community served by VCU Health and why the health system’s commitment to continual improvement keeps her motivated to lead as chief of health impact.
Bill Belanich wants to help others breathe easier. He’s made a game-changing commitment to research and care for advanced lung disease that will ensure VCU Health remains a leader in providing respiratory care to patients.
Steve and Lisa Bresenoff Feierstein have always been forward thinking people. Together they are supporting innovation and leadership initiatives at the VCU School of Nursing.
One of our most beloved traditions looked a little different this spring, but we could not let another year go by without saying thank you and celebrating the generous donors who make scholarships possible for students on the MCV Campus.
Jason and Jamelle Paige, both of whom are MCV Campus alumni, have given in the past to the School of Dentistry where Jason is an alumnus. Recently, they have decided to support the physical therapy department at the College of Health Professions, which is where Jamelle is an alumna.
Expertise in the body’s inflammation responses positioned two researchers on the MCV Campus to play a leading role in evaluating potential treatments for severe COVID-19 patients in a global trial.
MCV Foundation trustee Richard P. Wenzel, M.D., M.Sc., is one of the leading infectious disease epidemiologists in the world. He shared expertise and guidance based on the latest developments in the COVID-19 pandemic.
A tragic personal loss has inspired one MCV Campus physician to establish a lectureship to help train and educate future doctors on addiction research and best practices.