WVU remembers Ruth Kershner

School of Public Health professor, whose work and vision inspired her students and colleagues, earned many honors. Read More »

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Get to know School of Nursing Dean Tara Hulsey

Tara Hulsey, Ph.D., R.N., is now officially in her new role as the WVU School of Nursing dean. An academic leader who enjoys building teams and strategic vision, Dr. Hulsey is passionate about the nursing profession and its students. Read More »

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WVU lab finds possible link to developmental brain disorders

Eric Tucker, PhD, and other researchers in WVU’s Center for Neuroscience have identified a mechanism in brain development that, when disrupted, may play a role in cerebral cortex circuit disorders, including autism, schizophrenia, and childhood epilepsy. Read More »

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WVU nurse-led team helps West Virginians transitioning out of homelessness

Twice a month, visitors roam the halls of the Bartlett House Transitional Facility in Morgantown. The team of WVU health sciences students and professors offers preventive healthcare to residents who were once homeless. Read More »

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Rosenbaum Family House serves West Virginia patients and their kin

Eddie Bailes from Nettie, W.Va., was a Family House guest while a bone marrow transplant patient at Ruby Memorial Hospital and during the following chemotherapy. Read More »

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