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The Greater Good

Vanderbilt Celebrates 30 Years with Children’s Organization This year marks one of the most influential partnerships in Vanderbilt’s history, as the national Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals organization celebrates 30 years. In 1983, Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt joined other hospitals to form a national consortium to improve the health of children.Read More

Vanderbilt for Life

Vanderbilt for Life

Opening Dores to New Career Opportunities Sean Davidson, BS’10, was planning for a career in investment banking. A meeting with alumnus Andrew Grobmyer, BS’91, at an Opening Dores dinner changed all that, and today Davidson is working as a health care consultant with Huron Consulting. Opening Dores is a student–alumniRead More

Feature: Rescued Hearts

Feature: Rescued Hearts

BY KATHY WHITNEY HEART PHOTO BY ROBERT CLARK / INSTITUTE   A 53-year-old patient arrives at Vanderbilt University Hospital early one morning for a procedure to open up a blockage in his left anterior descending artery by placing a single stent to his heart via the radial artery in hisRead More

Roster: The Walk On

Roster: The Walk On

Four years ago Marc Panu walked on to Vanderbilt’s football team. He sweated through the sweltering summer training camp. He spent grueling hours lifting weights. He studied game plans and watched endless film. His reward was slow in coming. In 2009 he didn’t play at all. By 2010, though, theRead More

Open House Today

Open House Today

EDITOR’S LETTER By GayNelle Doll   Let’s say you’ve lived for quite some time in a custom-built home you really like and a neighborhood you love. Through the years this house has become a beloved gathering place with great memories in every room. Sure, the place could use a facelift—trim backRead More