This year, flu season collides with the coronavirus pandemic. Cynthia Morrow of the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine explains why it's critical to know the differences and similarities between the two viruses.
While this year’s White Coat Ceremony looked different than years’ past with masks and physical distancing and without a crowd of family and friends, there was still celebration for the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine’s class of 2024.
The Gainsboro History Tour of African American Culture is a 5K event in Roanoke open to anyone who wants to walk, bike, drive, or run along the self-guided tour that includes 10 landmarks. The run/walk continues until Oct. 16.
Ayanna Howard will explain how recent advances in robotics and artificial intelligence have positioned early intervention with robots to aid children in her lecture, “Pediatric Robotics – A Journey from the Lab to a Child’s Home,” at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 15 at the Maury L. Strauss Distinguished Public Lecture Series hosted by the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC in Roanoke.
The next phase of our testing plan is focused on the health and safety of individuals in high-contact situations. These employees and students, due to the nature of their jobs or academic responsibilities, have a higher level of interaction with the public or each other and may at times be unable to maintain the recommended physical distancing.
As chair, Karolyi will be responsible for growing and developing clinical services and medical education for radiological and imaging services throughout Carilion and the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine.
Three students at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine have created a club to support the engineering and design ideas of medical students and physicians so that they can innovate and improve medical technology, systems, and procedures.
Virginia Tech’s new PageUp Learning Management System (LMS) launched Sept. 29. Supporting the culture of continuous learning, the PageUp LMS platform is designed to encourage professional growth by empowering employees to take charge of their career development.
Carla Finkielstein, the director of the Virginia Tech Molecular Analysis Laboratory at the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute, gives an exclusive tour of the lab. With expanded testing crucial to controlling the pandemic in Virginia and the nation, Virginia Tech faculty, staff, and graduate students went to work to answer the challenge. This lab was crucial to that response.