Category: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Voices in Clinical Translational Science Seminar Featuring Nasrien Ibrahim, MD

5/6/2022

The Voices in Clinical & Translational Science series serves as a platform to lift underrepresented voices in research across the iTHRIV partnership with a focus on promoting dialogue and encouraging…

Start Time: 12:00 pm

End Time: 1:00 pm

Research Fellow Ethan Assefa Conducted Health Equity Analysis

5/6/2022

“It’s not something I thought I would be doing at this point” proclaims a smiling Ethan Assefa when asked about his upcoming poster presentation at the 2022 Association of Clinical…

Urology Publishes Special DEI Issue

5/5/2022

Dr. Tracy Downs appears as a co-editor with Yaw Nyame from University of Washington in Seattle for the Urology Gold Journal. This two volume issue is devoted to Diversity, Equity,…

Summer Medical Leadership Program Looking for Faculty to Shadow

5/5/2022

The Summer Medical Leadership Program will be offered on grounds this year, for the first time since 2019! We are so excited to have this opportunity back after hosting last…

Becca Krukowski Published a Review of Strategies for Gender Inequities

4/21/2022

Becca Krukowski, PhD, Professor of Public Health Sciences, was first author of an article published in The Annals of the American Thoracic Society. This review, titled "A Year into the…

Inaugural Black Medical Alumni Weekend

4/12/2022

This past weekend, the UVA Medical Alumni Association hosted Black Medical Alumni Weekend, welcoming back 85 alumni, students and guests to Grounds for a weekend of celebration, reconnection and recognition.…

UVA Medical Alumni Association Hosts the Inaugural Black Medical Alumni Weekend

4/7/2022

Black Alumni Weekend is a biennial celebration at the University of Virginia that began in 1985 as an admission recruiting effort hosted by the Walter Ridley Scholarship Committee. Since its…

Increased Diversity Among Residents

6/19/2017

Every March we’re excited about Match Day, to see where our students will complete their training. (You can see photos of this year’s event here.) The other side of that…