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Company Overview of Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Commonwealth University is an educational institution that provides undergraduate and graduate programs. It offers courses in arts, business, education, engineering, humanities, communications, medicine, nursing, and pharmacy. The schools of the university include School of Allied Health Professions, School of the Arts, School of Education School of Education, School of Engineering, and School of Medicine. Virginia Commonwealth University was formerly known as Medical College of Virginia and changed its name to Virginia Commonwealth University in January, 1968. The university was founded in 1838 and is based in Richmond, Virginia.
Richmond, VA 23284
Founded in 1838
Key Executives for Virginia Commonwealth University
Interim Dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences
Vice Provost of Instruction
Director of the Health Policy and Law Initiative
Chairman of Department of Neurology and Director of Center for Parkinson's Disease Research
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Virginia Commonwealth University Key Developments
Virginia Commonwealth University Presents at 2014 Autism Investment Conference, Mar-04-2014
Feb 24 14
Virginia Commonwealth University Presents at 2014 Autism Investment Conference, Mar-04-2014 . Venue: Bently Reserve, 301 Battery St, San Francisco, CA 94111, United States. Speakers: Tony Gentry, Director, Assistive Technology for Cognition Laboratory.
Virginia Commonwealth University and Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Formalize Agreement to Develop Closer Scientific Cooperation
Oct 22 13
Virginia Commonwealth University and the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center have announced plans to work closely together on health research. The parties have signed an informal agreement with a common goal of moving important findings from the lab to the clinic and community more efficiently. Faculty members from both institutions plan to collaborate on a range of projects building off already successful partnerships. The memorandum of understanding signed by VCU and Penn State is built around the National Institutes of Health's Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA). The two institutions are among 62 academic research centers in the nation to receive CTSAs, which are intended to spur collaboration around scientific health discoveries. Working together, the institutions' CTSAs will promote collaboration among their scientists and develop training programs between VCU and Penn State. Specific purposes of the agreement include strengthening and building informatics capabilities, attaining national recognition for community-engaged research, fostering innovation in clinical and translational science and creating a collaborative education program. Another important area of cooperation will be the identification, evaluation, protection, transfer and commercialization of technologies.
Protea Biosciences Group, Inc. Enters into Collaborative Research Agreement with Virginia Commonwealth University and its Center for Molecular Imaging
Sep 18 13
Protea Biosciences Group Inc. announced that it has entered into a Collaborative Research Agreement with Virginia Commonwealth University and its Center for Molecular Imaging. The research focuses on the combination of LAESI, Protea's ex vivo molecular imaging mass spectrometry technology platform, with VCU's in vivo molecular PET, SPECT and MRI/MRS imaging capabilities, in hopes of developing new methods to better elucidate the molecular basis of cancer, Alzheimer's and other human disease. LAESI (short for Laser Ablation Electrospray Ionization) was developed by Protea to rapidly generate imaging profiles of the biomolecules present in cells and tissue sections. The LAESI DP-1000 allows the direct identification of biomolecules in living cells and bacterial colonies, with analysis completed in seconds to minutes. Thus, molecular changes that occur in cells over time can be identified and tracked.
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