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October 1, 2018
In 2019, VCU Health conducted 434 organ transplants, more than any other year in its more than 60-year history.
More than 170 law enforcement, addiction treatment, medical, education, and community services professionals gathered in James Branch Cabell Library on Tuesday to discuss and collaborate on ways to address the opioid crisis.
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU was one of 44 centers in four countries testing Trikafta, which was approved by the FDA in October.
Thomas Eissenberg of the Center for the Study of Tobacco Products at VCU was one of six experts who investigated the claim and found it unreliable and outdated.
A new VCU study identifies “a distinctly American phenomenon” as mortality among 25 to 64 year-olds increases and U.S. life expectancy continues to fall.
Innovators took ‘something that is inherently difficult and made it as simple as possible.’
VCU researchers look to explain the antidepressant effects of “magic mushrooms” and other psychedelics, with an eye toward developing non-hallucinogenic versions of the drugs.
‘The bond between a teacher and a student can be forever,’ says namesake of School of Medicine’s faculty teaching excellence award.