Dr. Stephen Pachuta is the first alumnus to become full-time dental school dean at WVU.
WVU Medicine Children’s has been named the top children’s hospital in West Virginia by U.S. News & World Report, which also ranked Children's Pediatric Urology Program 35th in the nation – up two spots from last year – marking the Program’s fourth consecutive national ranking.
WVU is again offering students an opportunity to learn how to be an antiracist and what that means as a concept. “How to Be an Antiracist” challenges students to examine ways that racism influences their lives and thoughts and identifies ways to practice antiracism at WVU.
Vice President and Dean Tara Hulsey and Program Director Amy Sidwell from the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness will be interviewed as part of Healthy Harrison’s podcast series Friday (June 11) at 12:30 p.m. on Facebook.
Dr. Sarah Sofka will speak as part of the Medicine Grand Rounds Friday (June 11) at 8 a.m. This presentation titled "MICROAGRESSIONS: Why they matter and how to respond to them in the clinical learning environment" will take place over Zoom and in person at the Fukushima Auditorium, Room 1901.
The COVID-19 pandemic has decreased markedly in numbers of new cases, hospitalizations and deaths in West Virginia and in the United States. However, when carefully looking at the data, it is evident that the impact of reduced COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and deaths are largely in our residents who are fully vaccinated. This is true in West Virginia and across the world.