New treatment may save millions around the world.
Sepsis, an infection that kills millions worldwide each year and is the third leading cause of death in the United States, may have finally met its match.
Roller skating helps faculty member find work/life balance.
On campus, Kimberly Salkey, MD (Dermatology Residency '06), Associate Professor of Dermatology, spends time treating patients and teaching students. Off campus, you might find her rolling around a local skating rink, her children whirling along with her.
The impact of smoking is the focus of two research grants recently awarded to Andrew Plunk, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and a researcher in the Community Health and Research division of EVMS Pediatrics.
At only 21 years old, David Neuberger is about to complete his second year of medical school.
More than 4,000 patients received care in over 100,000 visits.
Renthea Dodson plays a word game at the kitchen table — the one where you find a word in a sea of letters and circle it.
Denille Francis, LPC, ATR-C (ATR '00), is a mental-health services provider and the mother of an 8-year-old boy who had Down syndrme. In both roles, she has witnessed how creating art has the power to heal by strengthening relationships and improving communication.