Bland was named Richmond Public Schools Teacher of the Year in 2021 and Virginia Region I Teacher of the Year in 2022.
Two renewed grants, which support undergraduate and graduate students in pursuing biomedical and behavioral research, highlight VCU’s national standing.
Henry Donahue, Ph.D., Alice T. and William H. Goodwin Jr. Endowed Professor and Chair in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the VCU College of Engineering, has worked with NASA since 2011 studying the health effects of space travel.
Kothe, a recent recipient of the Department of Defense (DoD) Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarship, cites Annie Easley as inspiration for her hard work and success.
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Complimentary work that earned her a Faculty Early Development Award from the National Science Foundation, Hwang and her fellow researchers are examining cancer cell reactions that lead to metastasis.
Congratulations to our recently-promoted VCU Engineering faculty! These advancements reflect their outstanding dedication and accomplishments.
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Lopez, who is graduating from the College of Engineering with a degree in biomedical engineering, will next pursue his Ph.D. at Vanderbilt University.
As a Goldwater Scholar, biology researcher and Richmond native Gabriella Daire pursues her interest in space medicine.
“The unstoppable knowledge creation and the transformative innovation being carried out here is felt locally, nationally and globally,” said P. Srirama Rao, Ph.D., vice president for research and innovation.
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