We spoke with several VCU Health nurses who are graduates of the VCU School of Nursing and are playing a critical role during this health crisis. They trained in our community and are now saving lives in our community thanks to their dedication and their incredible nursing training.
In-kind donations of masks, gloves, hand sanitizer and other personal protective equipment from the community have lifted staff spirits and helped to ensure the safety of staff and patients.
There is now a way to donate resources for food that will feed front-line healthcare workers and staff members at VCU Health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
As the COVID-19 pandemic presses on, we are sharing a video highlighting the extraordinary contributions our community members and VCU Health providers have made.
An anonymous donor challenges others in the community to make an additional $1 million in donations to support VCU Health's COVID-19 Response Fund.
Trish Bernal's journey on the MCV Campus inspired her to establish a scholarship to help nurses continue pursuing their goals through continuing education.
Read more about our inspiring medical students and graduates who are on their way to becoming the top docs of tomorrow.
April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month. The neurodegenerative disorder affects nearly 1 million people in the U.S.
Last year, VCU School of Nursing researcher and several VCU colleagues received a grant from The Michael J. Fox Foundation to study a vibrating device worn inside the shoe that could significantly reduce or put an end to a prevalent symptom of the disease.
Robert Winn, M.D., began as director of VCU Massey Cancer Center in December 2019 and has hit the ground running to enact an ambitious agenda while also responding to and managing Massey's response to COVID-19.
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.
VCU is leading a national consortium to help begin healing the unseen injuries of our military heroes.