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Always a Mountaineer

Congratulations, Class of 2020! Your commencement was like none other in our history, and we know it’s just the beginning of the firsts you’ll forge as WVU alumni. Share your graduation clip with the world using #WVUgrad.

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Family Resources

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Graduate Admissions

Explore our 220 graduate programs, estimate costs, review application procedures and apply online. Want to learn even more? You can take a virtual tour to explore our facilities.

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Breaking New Ground in COVID-19 Immunotherapy

Brian Peppers

WVU Medicine pediatric and adult allergist and immunologist Brian Peppers, DO, PhD, has received Investigational New Drug approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the experimental treatment of COVID-19 using convalescent donor plasma.

It’s the first FDA approved Investigational New Drug trial for COVID-19 immunotherapy to include pediatric patients.