From bench to bedside, we strive to advance scientific understanding. Whether investigating how microbes cause disease, exploring the intricacies of the immune system or developing new cancer treatments, our dedicated and curious researchers are at the forefront of discoveries that improve health care for humanity.
As members of the broader VCU research community, students, faculty and trainees in the department have access to state-of-the-art facilities across the MCV Campus.
VCU joins national research initiative to combat infectious disease threats to public health.
Tue, Oct 25, '22
Dr. Jason A. Carlyon selected for once-in-a-lifetime NIH MERIT award
Thu, Aug 11, '22
Dr. Richard Marconi recognized for pioneering research on tick-borne illnesses
Thu, Jun 16, '22
Pilot grants for early-career cancer researchers draw record applicants
Tue, Nov 9, '21
In a collaborative and supportive environment, our students and trainees work alongside faculty to conduct basic science and translational research across a broad spectrum of interests within microbiology and immunology.