The MD Degree & Beyond

The School of Medicine has partnered with the McIntire School of Business to offer PhD and joint MD and MS degree programs. Your support prepares medical students with the the business experience they need to help shape America's healthcare system.

The Medical Scientist Training Program

A PhD, clinical and research credentials, personalized mentorship opportunities—these are the attributes of UVA's Medical Scientist Training Program, which grooms young doctors to excel in the lab and at the bedside.

Scholarships

Medical school tuition is expensive, and even though the UVA School of Medicine has frozen tuition for the past several years, it's not enough. Philanthropy is a critical component to ensure the best young minds can follow their dreams. Learn more.

Professorships

Not only do endowed professorships help UVA attract and retain nationally renowned experts, they are structured to afford School of Medicine faculty time to balance research, teaching, and mentorship. Learn more.

H. Blair Marsteller Lectureship

Establishing a lectureship in the UVA Department of Neurology in memory of Dr. H. Blair Marstellar, A&S '81, Med. '81.

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Stories of Care & Discovery

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USING DNA TO SHAPE CARBON NANOTUBES OPENS UP A SCIENCE-FICTION FUTURE

UVA scientists have figured out a way to create precise carbon nanotubes using DNA technology, opening the future to a possibility of science-fiction breakthroughs like hyper-fast computers.

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EATING MORE FRUITS AND VEGGIES COULD BENEFIT YOUR KIDNEYS

Adults with chronic kidney disease were less likely to have eaten fruits and vegetables than those without the condition.

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New UVA School of Medicine research on men’s life expectancy could offer opportunities to live longer and healthier lives. (Illustration by Emily Faith Morgan, University Communications)

UVA Research Might Explain Why Men Die Sooner

On average, men die five years sooner than women. New research from UVA’s School of Medicine may explain why this is, and could lead to longer, healthier lives for men.

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New DNA Atlas Provides Clues for Heart Disease Risk

New DNA Atlas Provides Clues for Heart Disease Risk

A new resource created by University of Virginia researchers will help inform the battle against heart disease.

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Dr. Jay Purdy is a vice president at Pfizer

THIS UVA GRAD WAS ON THE TEAM THAT DEVELOPED PAXLOVID, THE LIFESAVING COVID-19 PILL

Dr. Jay Purdy, who received both his M.D. and Ph.D. from the University of Virginia, talks about Paxlovid’s path, and his own.

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