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Alumni achievements and news, Student news
October 1, 2018
The Hume-Lee Transplant Center protocol significantly shortens the average wait time for a kidney transplant.
As the United States continues to grow older, the grant to the Virginia Center on Aging will train health care providers, family caregivers and older adults.
Scholarship relief enables the student to take on extracurricular activities — including being ‘big buddies’ to young patients.
Chandra Bhati, the first person on the East Coast to accomplish complete robotic-assisted kidney implantation, will lead a team of transplant surgeons in minimally invasive procedures.
Registered nurse Erin Davis develops the palliative care program at VCU Community Memorial Hospital.
A VCU engineering professor has received $1.76M to continue his investigation into how immune system cells control responses to biomaterials.
VCU Health representatives joined state and local leaders in New Kent County to break ground on a $16 million state-of-the-art emergency center.
VCU Health representatives will join state and local leaders in New Kent County on Monday, June 17, to break ground on a $16 million emergency center.