You can flip through the pages below, or click for a larger view. You'll also want to note that many headlines are hyperlinks that will take you to expanded coverage of the stories. Please let us know what you think of our new publication! You can send a message to or offer input via our online form.

Click here to view full screen


Spring 2017 Feature Stories

Servant Leadership Buckley Family DSCF0075 copy-cropServant Leadership Promotes Academic Excellence

Peter F. Buckley, M.D., has arrived on the MCV Campus as the 24th dean of the VCU School of Medicine. Learn more about his career and perspectives in the spring issue of 12th & Marshall.




Vietnam Revisited Kushner and Novick IP1000596-cropVietnam, Revisited

The Vietnam War, a highly anticipated documentary from Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, will air this fall on PBS. In the film, the Class of 1966’s Hal Kushner speaks publicly for the first time about his experiences as a POW.




Face Time AA_Rodriguez_Patrick01 - NYU Langone-cropFace Time

In the emerging field of face transplant, the Class of 1999’s Eduardo D. Rodriguez is considered one of the world’s pioneering surgeons in the field. He returned to the MCV Campus last summer as the speaker for the 2016 S. Dawson Theogaraj Lecture and described his team’s work to complete the most extensive face transplant ever in August 2015.



The Scientific Method JFStrauss 160115_206_aj_ar-cropThe Scientific Method

In January, Jerry F. Strauss III, M.D., Ph.D., stepped down from his position as dean to devote himself fully to his funded research program. The spring issue of 12th & Marshall takes a look at the accomplishments from his tenure as the medical school’s longest serving dean in the modern era.




Match Day l IMG_6360-crop

The luck of the Match – and the luck of the Irish – was with the Class of 2017 this St. Patrick’s Day. March 17 pulled double duty as Match Day, an annual rite of passage when fourth-year medical students around the country learn their residency training destinations.




Piece of the Past DSC_0844 byKevinSchindler-cropPiece of the Past

With its powerful-looking hand crank and shiny copper wiring, Davis and Kidder’s Magneto-Electric Machine gave the impression it could cure any malady and relieve every ache and pain.




Through Your Eyes Megan Lemay-cropThrough Your Eyes

In the third grade, the Class of 2011’s Megan Shandelson Lemay won her first writing contest, and she’s been hooked ever since. Though she usually writes prose, her poem that appears in the spring issue of 12th & Marshall is the result of a writing workshop at the end of her residency that prompted her with the word ‘redemption.’