Health Sciences community offers Mountaineer homecoming for Dr. Marsh

West Virginia United Health System President Christopher C. Colenda, MD, MPH, welcomes newly named Vice President and Executive Dean for Health Sciences Clay Marsh, MD, at a reception held in his honor. A national leader in healthcare, Dr. Marsh will be the first leader in the HSC’s history who is a graduate of WVU’s medical school. Read More »

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WVU Public Health professor to provide real-time data from local fracking site

Michael McCawley, Ph.D., interim chair of the WVU Department of Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences, plans to provide research data in real time from a dedicated scientific observation well being drilled in Morgantown. Read More »

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WVU pediatric orthopaedic specialists offer comprehensive care

Because a child is still growing, the treatment of complex orthopaedic problems is specific. Pediatric orthopaedic surgeons repair common fractures and treat rare inherited disorders and orthopaedic cancer. Learn more >>

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WVU Family Medicine residents focus on reaffirming humanity

The process may start with providing basics, such as socks and a sleeping bag. But the true gifts are listening ears, trustworthy advice, and the reaffirmation of humanity – all wrapped into the package of inpatient care for the homeless population. Read More »

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