The Future of Medicine
Here, in this lab, science is technology is art. And at its very center sits Miro Kirov.
"This is artistry," he says. "We make beautiful things."
Always interested in the human form, Mr. Kirov, MPS, is a sculptor. But today he isn't using clay. He demonstrates his talents in a much different medium: 3D printing.
Discovery could lead to new treatments for serious heart condition
Family honors doctor who saved child's life
Donovan Conrad, pictured above, might have died soon after being born if not for surgery performed by Dr. Travis Reeves and Dr. Eric Dobratz.
Sleep your way to a healthy life
Sleep is a vital but under-appreciated part of a healthy lifestyle. Studies show that a third of people don't get enough sleep, leading to increased risk for diabetes, heart disease and other serious health issues.
See where our students will spend their residency.
42 percent of the Class of 2016 is pursuing primary care specialties
25 percent of the Class of 2016 will stay in Virginia for at least their first year of residency
17 percent of the Class of 2016 matched into internal medicine residencies
12 percent of the Class of 2016 matched into surgery residencies
11 percent of the Class of 2016 matched into family medicine residencies
11 percent of the Class of 2016 matched into emergency medicine residencies
15 specialties were matched by students in the Class of 2016
Mogadishu to Middlebrook:
1983 graduate answers medical calling
After a legendary career in military medicine, Dr. Rob Marsh felt called to return to his rural roots.
White coat retirement
EVMS has a unique white coat burning ceremony that signifies the transition from the students' short coat to the long coat worn by physicians in practice.
THEIR STORIES. THEIR WORDS.
For Kenita Jackson, coming to school at EVMS was a longtime dream—one she's still pinching herself to remember is real. Less than two miles away, she grew up in another world. View More Videos