Every Heartbeat Matters: From the Dominican Republic to UVA, and Back Again

By Whitelaw Reid; reprinted from UVA Today, July 06 Eliany Mejia-Lopez was 20 years old and completing her final year of medical school in the Dominican Republic when she met a team of visiting doctors from the University of Virginia who made her … [Read more...]

Say Goodbye to GREs

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test that most graduate schools across the nation require to accompany student applications. It certainly was required here at UVA’s School of Medicine. But not anymore. As of this fall, … [Read more...]

Awardees: Brodie Resident Clinicians

The Anne L. Brodie Medical Fund Committee annually recognizes a single resident in each of the primary care disciplines with the Brodie Resident Clinician Award. This award recognizes resident physicians who demonstrate clinical excellence in primary … [Read more...]

Video & Photos: School of Medicine 2018 Graduation

Training healthcare providers of the future is one of UVA Health System’s six goals, and this past weekend new graduates of the UVA School of Medicine walked the Lawn as part of the University’s annual graduation exercises. Congratulations, Class of … [Read more...]

Class of 2018: From Med-Evac to Medical Doc

  Patrick Marvil Has Seen A lot By Brian Murphy - Originally published in UVA Today Patrick Marvil, who will graduate May 20 from the University of Virginia’s School of Medicine, flew medical missions in Iraq and Afghanistan as a U.S. … [Read more...]