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Alumni achievements and news, Student news
October 1, 2018
The grant supports a program that embeds VCU psychology doctoral trainees in eight Richmond-area health safety-net clinics.
More than 400 health profession students participate in VCU’s first poverty simulation.
The vaccines would prevent Lyme disease and human granulocytic anaplasmosis, the two most common tick-borne infections in the United States.
Salvatore Carbone, a professor of kinesiology and health sciences, is studying the benefits of a diet rich in healthy fats.
Their invention could make it safer and more secure to distribute medicine in hospitals.
New academic year opens with celebration of distinguished VCU professors and researchers.
Jolie Dunham spent a half-decade searching for treatment. She found it at VCU Health’s Hume-Lee Transplant Center.
Aspiring nurse Kaylee Eckert, now a freshman at Longwood University, spent her summer participating in an EMS fellowship in the emergency department.