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  • Morgan Harrington cropped

    Morgan Harrington

  • Morgan Harrington

    Morgan Harrington

  • Glioblastoma

    Glioblastoma, pictured above, is a notoriously difficult-to-treat brain cancer with an often poor prognosis. Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute scientists are developing innovative cross-disciplinary therapies to treat the cancer.

  • Hugh Silk

    Dr. Hugh Silk

  • Disaster Day Within Reach

    Health care workers come together as a team during a mock Disaster Day drill.

  • Mock disaster day

    Mock Disaster Day at the Jefferson College of Health Sciences is an example of the types of health care professions are available.

  • Hugh Silk

    Dr. Hugh Silk

  • Graduation 28

    Dr. Rebecca Kirschner and Dean Cynda Johnson. Photo by David Hungate.

  • Graduation 27

    The custom-designed graduation hoods were lined with blue, the color of Carilion Clinic, and maroon, the color of Virginia Tech. The edge of the hood was green, the official color ...

  • Graduation 26

    Drs. Travis Thompson and Robert Brown. Photo by David Hungate.

  • Graduation 25

    A little rain didn't stop friends and family members from taking advantage of a photo op on the front steps. Photo by David Hungate.

  • Graduation 24

    And here they are, ladies and gentlemen...the first graduates of the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. Photo by Logan Wallace/Courtesy Virginia Tech.

  • Graduation 23

    Dr. Timothy Gall receives his diploma from Dean Cynda Johnson. Photo by Logan Wallace/Courtesy of Virginia Tech.

  • Graduation 22

    Graduates wait single file to be hooded. Photo by Logan Wallace/Courtesy Virginia Tech.

  • Graduation 20

    Dr. Aubrey Knight, associate dean for student affairs, presented the candidates to be conferred. Photo by Logan Wallace/Courtesy of Virginia Tech.

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