iTHRIV Dissemination & Implementation Consult Service Session


Want to improve your grants dissemination plan? Want ideas for communicating your research results? Need Help with implementation science study design? iTHRIV is providing a consult service to advance grant…

Date: Aug 18, 2023 - Aug 18, 2023

Start Time: 1:00 pm

End Time: 2:00 pm

Mary Faith Marshall, PhD, Featured in The Conversation


Mary Faith Marshall, PhD, the director of the Center for Health Humanities and Ethics, was featured in an article in The Conversation called “Promising assisted reproductive technologies come with ethical,…

Adishesh K. Narahari, MD, Paper in Annals of Surgery Was Covered by 100 News Outlets Nationally


Adishesh K. Narahari, MD, a UVA Health surgery intern, is first author of a new scientific paper about surgeons struggling to find funding beyond early careers, which was published in…

Announcing the UVA Health Leadership Institute; Applications Open for First Class


The new UVA Health Leadership Institute’s mission is to provide leadership development opportunities for team members at different phases of their careers, from across all health system entities, with in-person…

Applications for Mini-Medical School Accepted Through August 15


Do you want to learn how doctors think and try your hand at diagnostic reasoning? Visit a medical research lab where scientists are finding new ways to improve health? Listen…

Healthy Streets, Healthy People Fair Attended by More Than 300 Community Members


On July 8th, 2023, the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) and Summer Medical Leadership Program (SMLP) joined Betsy Peyton and the HSHP planning committee at the Booker T. Washington Park…

Behind the Scenes of Promotion and Tenure


The Office of Faculty Affairs and Faculty Development supports the School of Medicine (SOM) faculty throughout their careers in their work as teachers, investigators, and patient care providers. With this…

Christopher Kramer, MD, Selected as Next Leader of the American College of Cardiology


Christopher Kramer, MD, chief of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, will serve as vice president of the American College of Cardiology in 2024-2025. In subsequent years, Dr. Kramer will assume…