Health in History: How Combat Care Inspired Innovations off the Battlefield
A new scholarly book edited by the CEO of VCU Health System discusses how combat casualty care has transformed and saved lives on and off the battlefield.
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.
Grant Supports New Program to Reduce Disparities in Maternal Deaths from Domestic Violence
A $1.5 million grant establishes a new program focusing on prenatal maternal health in Richmond and rural communities in Virginia.
A New Ray of Hope
A new endowed chair will advance research and treatments for pancreatic cancer at VCU Massey Cancer Center.
$2.4M Raised to Honor Dr. Ken Ellenbogen, ‘A Legend in the Field’ of Cardiology
More than $2.4 million was raised over the past year to establish the Kenneth A. Ellenbogen Chair in Cardiology at VCU Health.
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.
A New Global Leader
At $104 million, the largest gift in VCU’s history lays the foundation for a new liver institute.
Honoring a Pathology Teacher and Mentor
An anonymous donor establishes scholarship to honor Enrique Gerszten, M.D., a beloved, longtime faculty member at the VCU School of Medicine.
Improving Mental Health Through Research
Donors are honoring longtime psychiatry chair Joel Silverman, M.D., by establishing a faculty research award.
Challenge Honors Former Dentistry Dean
Supporting clinical research in dentistry on the MCV Campus is the vision behind a fundraising challenge.