Read all about it: Recent publications highlight work of some of WVU Medicine's top programs

Friday, May 7, 2021

WVU Medicine employees who want to see what’s been going on behind the scenes and on the front lines of four of the enterprise's top programs can get an overview in four reports.

The WVU Cancer Institute faced unprecedented challenges in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the patients, staff, and providers of the WVU Cancer Institute rose to those challenges with grace and humility, according to WVU Cancer Institute Director Hannah Hazard-Jenkins. Read The Signature, the 2020 annual report, to learn about the WVU Cancer Institute’s achievements, patient care efforts, new technology, basic and clinical research, philanthropy, and more.

The story of WVU Medicine Children's – and the ways it has transformed the lives of children – is revealed in its 2020 report. Of course you’ll find statistics, accomplishments, and honors. But more importantly, this report tells the stories of patients and the exemplary team that cares for them, as the hospital works to fulfill its mission to build healthier futures for the children of West Virginia.

The WVU Heart and Vascular Institute shares some of  the many accomplishments its devoted team has provided the state, region, and nation in 2020 in this report, created on behalf of the 200 medical professionals and more than 1,000 dedicated staff who form the institute.

Since its inception in 2018, the WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute has worked to transform the landscape of care for those with neurological and mental health conditions in West Virginia, Appalachia, and across America. The Institute recently published Breaking Barriers, an overview of its five departments, research, and impact.