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Cadaver Ball 2014

Mar. 27, 2014, 10:02 AM

First- and second-year Vanderbilt University School of Medicine students kick up their heels at last weekend’s Cadaver Ball. (photo by Anne Rayner)

Students, faculty and administrators of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine descended upon Marathon Music Works downtown for last Saturday’s annual Cadaver Ball. The event celebrates the first-year medical students completing gross anatomy and is put on by the graduating fourth-year class each year. “Downton Vandy” was the theme of this year’s event.

Michael Fowler, M.D., right, received this year’s Shovel Award for Teaching, presented by fourth-year class president Ryan McGrath. (photo by Anne Rayner)

 

Fourth-year medical students toss their coats at the end of their skit. (photo by Anne Rayner)

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