As an academic medical center located in the heart of Richmond, Virginia, our training programs are built on our commitment to diversity, innovation and improving the health and wellbeing of our community. By engaging with those around us, our students and trainees learn to thrive in their careers while making a real difference in the lives of others.
The VCU School of Medicine is committed to an ongoing process of inclusion with special attention to characteristics such as gender, age, religion, disabilities, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity and geographic region.
Department of Radiology chair elected president of medical education leadership society
Mon, Oct 30, '23
Forging connections: Dr. Fadi Salloum on the power of translational research and academic mentorship
Fri, Oct 20, '23
Dr. Alice Coombs becomes first Black female president of Medical Society of Virginia
Thu, Oct 19, '23
Department of Family Medicine's Dr. Denée Moore named president of statewide advocacy organization
Wed, Oct 18, '23
M2 reflects on 'utterly fascinating' early exposure to neurosurgery
Tue, Oct 17, '23
Dr. Kenneth Kendler achieves ‘No. 1 lifetime ranking’ status among all psychiatry scholars worldwide
Fri, Oct 13, '23
VCU Multiple Sclerosis Treatment and Research Center receives comprehensive designation
Tue, Oct 10, '23
Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center funds three interdisciplinary scientific investigations
Thu, Oct 5, '23
We encourage our students and trainees to maintain a healthy, balanced life, and Richmond is a wonderful place to engage in that well-rounded lifestyle. As a mid-sized city with a metropolitan population of 1.3 million, Richmond provides stimulating activities while maintaining its intimate feel and unique vibe.
The engagement of alumni, donors and friends is vital to sustaining the VCU School of Medicine’s core values: a life-changing learning experience for students, exceptional care for the sick and a curiosity for medical research and discovery.
Whether you are enrolled in a clinical or research training program, VCU School of Medicine will support you with a broad range of resources to facilitate and enhance your experience.
Office contacts, policies and reference documents are readily available to help with your application and administrative needs. We are here to ensure your success every step of the way.
The Office of Faculty Affairs is the central location for oversight of School of Medicine faculty-related policies, guidelines, promotions and tenure and coordination of activities that enhance work-life balance and professional development.
VCU Health’s professional development programs provide continuing education opportunities for health care providers across the MCV Campus, including School of Medicine faculty.
With more than 800 physicians across 200 clinical specialties and subspecialties, we are proud to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to improve human life.
With more than 1,000 students from around the world pursuing medical degrees, graduate degrees and specialized certificate training, VCU School of Medicine is committed to educating the clinicians, scientists and scholars of tomorrow.
We are proud to support students, faculty and trainees pursuing innovative research. Learn about our facilities, funding opportunities, partnerships and other resources.
Diversity is absolutely essential at a research university, just as it is in life. It is an indispensable part of the learning process. It shapes what we learn and how we learn it, how we solve problems, how we interact with one another, and how we think about ourselves and each other.Find out more about diversity