Dr. L.D. Britt has been chosen for one of medicine's highest honors
A new twist on an old art
A profusion of blood vessels extends over and through fleshy, pink tissue like rivers and tributaries across a dense landscape. Bones meet joints and ligaments where strings of muscle seemingly connect and overlap. The boundaries between life and death — between skin and bone — are explored here.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has awarded an EVMS research team two one-year contracts totaling more than $700,000.
The National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, recently awarded researchers at the Leroy T. Canoles Jr. Cancer Research Center a $2.1 million grant to contiue work on a breakthrough in the early detection of aggressive prostate cancer.
EVMS has welcomed home an alumna to head its surgical oncology division.
Chair of Pediatrics has a pretty sweet hobby
Artina Slaughter woke up in the middle of the night. She doesn't know why. But she sat up in bed and put her hand on her chest. She felt a lump.
Though rare diseases affect just a small part of the population, Alison Boyce, MD (MD '06), says researching them can lead to advances in medical science that will benefit everyone.
White Coat Ceremony
Breakfast of champions
Tacky Sweater 5K
Badge of honor
A year in review