WVU Medicine Spirit Week will be held July 27-31, and will feature fun themed days, great concessions, a prize giveaway, and more!
The WVU Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery recently published their second newsletter that features departmental happenings, developments and news.
As students, faculty, and staff return to campus for the fall semester, the Research Park parking lot will remain open. In addition, the shuttle service provided for employees at the Research Park lot, Willowdale garage, and Lot J82 will continue on the current schedule. View the shuttle schedule here.
Linda Nield, M.D., professor, associate dean for Admissions, and co-director of the Pediatrics Rural Scholars Program, has been appointed to become the new editor of the West Virginia Medical Journal (WVMJ), the official journal of the West Virginia State Medical Association.
Butina appointed to International Federation of Biomedical Laboratory Science Scientific Network of Experts
Michelle Butina, Ph.D., associate professor, vice-chair, and program director of the Division of Medical Laboratory Science, has been appointed to the International Federation of Biomedical Laboratory Science (IFBLS) Scientific Network of Experts.
Continuing education credits are now available for Contact Tracing and Pandemic Response, an online, self-guided course developed in partnership between the West Virginia University School of Public Health and the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Bureau for Public Health.
Annual/ongoing competency assignments for all WVU Medicine employees have been assigned and are available in NetLearning. These links are available on the Applications page of CONNECT.
Join the mindful steps team to begin or renew your mindfulness practice, address common challenges, and learn tips for applying mindful practices during COVID-19. This four-part series is for students, faculty, and staff of WVU and employees of WVU Medicine.
West Virginia University Eye Institute and the American Academy of Ophthalmology debunk seven common myths about children's eye health.
Federico G. Seifarth, MD, FAAP, FACS, will fill a crucial role for children in the region as the new surgeon-in-chief at WVU Medicine Children’s. He also will serve as associate professor and chief for the Division of Pediatric Surgery in the WVU Department of Surgery.