Bench researchers may spend their entire careers looking for solutions to specific problems. Each new discovery, says EVMS Chair of Physiological Sciences Gerald J. Pepe, PhD, adds a critical piece to the puzzle of human understanding.More »
Back Pain Research
EVMS researchers are working with proteomics experts to study the potential of a test that can measure back pain.More »
Scientists at EVMS' Leroy T. Canoles Jr. Cancer Research Center are making discoveries that will improve care in Hampton Roads and beyond.More »
EVMS Vice Dean of Research, Jerry Nadler, MD, and his team received a prestigious CIT grant for their work to advance treatment for Type 1 diabetes.
Research demonstrates reliability of ultrasound to spot fetal heart disease.
Pioneers in In-Vitro Fertilization
The Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine (JI) continues its tradition of cutting-edge basic science and clinically-applied research.
Preventing HIV/AIDS transmission
CONRAD, a leading reproductive health-research organization based at EVMS, focuses on developing ways to prevent conception and/or prevent the sexual transmission of disease.
EVMS is the largest biomedical research institution in southeastern Virginia. More than 100 EVMS faculty members are engaged in basic and clinical research focused in areas where the community has pressing needs.
Innovative research has brought EVMS to the forefront of groundbreaking discoveries—from the pioneering of in vitro fertilization in America by the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine, to the recognition of new cancer detection and treatment methods at the Leroy T. Canoles Jr. Cancer Research Center. Researchers at the Strelitz Diabetes Center-Research are also making strides in bringing us one step closer to a cure for diabetes.
We continually strive to enhance our research enterprise in order to improve the health of the people of Hampton Roads and beyond.