• VA researchers, scientists at forefront of groundbreaking medical advancements

    Throughout its history of more than 75 years, VA has funded critical research that has led to many medical advancements instrumental to the agency’s primary goal: to honor America’s Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being.

  • VA neurologist, a pioneer in medical imaging, made advancements in brain research

    Oldendorf was a VA scientist who had served in the U.S. Navy as a medical officer. He is best remembered for playing a role in developing computed tomography—commonly known as the CT scan—and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

  • Innovation revolutionary: Dr. Mark Walker

    Dr. Mark Walker, innovation revolutionary, is interested in more than just the diagnosis of dizziness and balance disorders.

  • Find a VA career at April recruiting events

    Interested in a VA career? Meet up with VA recruiters at four in-person recruiting events this April.

  • Listen to your body – MSK conditions in women Veterans

    Two years after injuries in Iraq, Elizabeth Jackson sought care at VA. Here is her story of treatment for musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions.

  • The women surgeons of Denver VA

    Women surgeons make up 22 percent of all Denver VA surgeons, collectively providing care across 10 specialties for almost everything a Veteran patient would need from head to toe.

  • Dr. Stone testifies on community care success, recruitment needs

    The success of VA’s new Community Care program is contributing […]

  • Visit the VA Careers booth and learn about Veterans’ neurology care and epilepsy research at the American Epilepsy Society’s 2018 meeting

    VA Careers is at the 2018 American Epilepsy Society (AES) […]

  • A Veteran’s fight to recovery: Holly Crabtree’s story

    After she suffered a traumatic brain injury during combat in […]

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