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From the corner of 12th & Marshall to everywhere else. Explore the fall 2016 issue of 12th & Marshall, our twice yearly publication for alumni, faculty and friends of the medical school.
Let's get to it
Welcome to the world of white coats, Class of 2020.
Read all about it - Spring 2016
Explore the spring 2016 issue of 12th & Marshall, our twice yearly publication for alumni, faculty and friends of the medical school.
On Friday May 13, the medical school hosted ceremonies for the MD graduating students as well as its other advanced degree graduates.
Reunion Weekend 2016
Reunion 2016 saw hundreds of alumni return to the MCV Campus for a weekend’s worth of activities.
Match Day 2016
In the medical field’s own version of March Madness, fourth-year students around the county celebrated Match Day on March 18, 2016.
Dr. Jerry Strauss marks a decade leading the medical school
Read all about it
Explore the fall 2015 issue of 12th & Marshall, our twice yearly publication for alumni, faculty and friends of the medical school.
A Good Fit
Welcome to the world of white coats, Class of 2019
Hot off the presses
Explore the spring 2015 issue of 12th & Marshall, our new twice yearly publication for alumni, faculty and friends of the medical school.
Congratulations to the graduating Class of 2015!
Reunion Weekend 2015
Reunion 2015 saw hundreds of alumni return to the MCV Campus for a weekend’s worth of activities.
Match Day 2015
Medical students learn residency training destinations at Match Day 2015
The remarkable life of the School of Medicine’s first black graduate.
The fine print
Explore the inaugural issue of 12th & Marshall, our new twice yearly publication for alumni, faculty and friends of the medical school.
Zero to Sixty
Orientation. Boot Camp. Team work. The Class of 2018 learns the basics for the Practice of Clinical Medicine.
Why Suzanne Giunta wants to be a doctor
In some parts of the world, a pregnant woman might walk alone at night through the jungle for three hours to reach the hospital. Meeting her changes you.
Walk the Walk
New interns arrive on campus, transition from medical student to M.D.
For the good of the sick
Class of 2014 is latest to share in tradition of reciting Hippocratic Oath
Match Day mayhem
“Super” students learn residency destination, ready to protect world
Pair of medicine faculty earn prestigious state recognition
Practice of Clinical Medicine
New course will get medical students into the clinical arena earlier
The Grandis family legacy
A generous friendship to medical students
Surgeon as sculptor
Workshop in new collaboration between Arts and Medicine
Medical school's largest incoming class welcomed at White Coat Ceremony
A half dozen new scholarship funds help make medical education affordable
A new home for the medical school
Forty-one months of news coverage captured in a dozen slides
Class of 2013
Graduating in the 175-year tradition of the Medical College of Virginia
Donor wall chronicles philanthropy of alumni and friends.
All the right moves
Research and evaluation guide curriculum improvements.
Art and medicine
Unique collaboration provides standardized patient training for medical students.
Location, location, location
Medical students learn residency training destinations at Match Day 2013.
New halls, old walls
After a meticulous restoration, 70-year-old murals find a home in the new James W. and Frances G. McGlothlin Medical Education Center.
Lasting legacy for heart health
A $10 million total gift to the VCU Pauley Heart Center promises to save lives for generations to come..
Strength in numbers
Alumni band together to build Medical Education Center.
A perfect fit
Class of 2016 receives its white coats during ceremony.
From crime scenes to Twizzlers
Girl Scouts have fun with science
As they marched in graduation ceremonies and went forward to claim their medical degrees, the Class of 2012 had good reason to celebrate.
Reunion Weekend 2012
Alumni come back, give back
Talented trend busters
$1.3 million in grants support training programs opening doors for underrepresented minorities.
Oh, the places you'll go!
The Class of 2012 learns residency destinations.
Minding your bedside manner
Internal medicine, theater departments team up to revive art of doctor-patient rapport.
Gifts at Work
Philanthropy makes a difference for students, faculty in the medical school.
Half-million dollars in new scholarship endowments will benefit students.
Dressed for success
Medical school welcomes Class of 2015
Internal medicine professor and husband share their passion for art through an exhibition at VCU's Anderson Gallery
Class of 2011
Congratulations and best wishes for continued success!
Couple’s generous gift supports medical education while honoring beloved surgeon.
Shaping science and medicine
Faculty members extend influence through posts to national organizations and the textbooks they author and edit.
Tears of joy
Fourth-year students celebrate on Match Day 2011
Unique research gift
Gift from the estate of Lavinia Blick funds medical research of junior faculty members.
VCU medical students discover the value of serving patients worldwide.
Anything is possible
Spinal cord injuries are focus of research and patient care for associate professor.
Making history again
Couple’s generous gift helps build a new educational facility at the intersection where they first met.
A new beginning
The class of 2014 celebrates its entry into the VCU School of Medicine at the White Coat Ceremony.
Talented assistant professors
Meet three investigators recognized for research in high-need areas.
The National Institutes of Health award VCU with a $20 million federal research grant — the largest in the history of the university.
U.S. News & World Report names the VCU Medical Center among the best hospitals for the fourth consecutive year.
The VCU Health System and Children’s Hospital join to form the Children’s Hospital of Richmond.
The VCU School of Medicine Convocation Ceremony honors the graduating class of 2010.
What a Difference an M.D. Makes
Simulation helps graduating students assimilate four year’s of learning to make judgments, diagnoses and decisions.
One day in the not-so-distant future we will be leaders in our community. Why not start now?
Global Health Learning
Fourth-year medical students share experiences with global health learning elective.
A New Approach to Pain
Physician's training doesn't prepare them to help the one in five Americans with chronic pain. Leanne Yanni, M.D., found a solution to this.
While treating the rural citizens of Honduras, VCU medical students discover the value of serving patients worldwide.
John T. Povlishock, Ph.D., leads team of VCU researchers in exploring restorative processes that occur after Traumatic Brain Injury.
The VCU School of Medicine partners with Inova Health System to offer its students a new kind of learning environment in a new, state-of-the-art building.