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Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center treats the mind and spirit, as well as the disease

Upon diagnosis, individuals and their caregivers can seek support in the way that suits them best.

Special nutrition issue of House Organ now on stands and online

Find out the nutritional and health habits of Vanderbilt employees, based on eight years of Health Plus health assessment surveys.

Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health Director Sten Vermund to address prevention of Global HIV/AIDS March 22

The lecture is part of the 2010-2011 Chancellor’s Lecture Series.

Lecture spotlights feminist theology in the 21st century

Theologian Catherine Keller will speak about the future of feminist theology at this year’s Antoinette Brown Lecture at Vanderbilt Divinity School.

‘Idle Chatter’ exhibit relies on audiences to phone it in

The Vanderbilt University Department of Art in association with The Office of Arts and Creative Engagement presents a new work by The Art Guys: ‘Idle Chatter.’

Your guide to college basketball tournament season

Don’t miss the men’s basketball team in the SEC tournament 9 p.m. Thursday, March 10.

TPAC offering discounts to shows this spring

Get discounts to Young Frankenstein, Before the PEOPLE Came, Pump Boys & Dinettes and Double Funny.

Devices or cellular phones may stop working on Friday, March 18

On Friday, March 18, ITS will be retiring legacy infrastructure that may affect devices or cellular phones.

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*  This Week

March 10: Discovery Lecture Series –  ”Energy in, Energy Out: What Syndromic Obesity has Taught us about how the Brain Regulates Body Weight” by Roger D. Cone

March 14: Bishop Gene Robinson’s address to the Vanderbilt and Nashville Communities

March 15: Michael Bloom – artistic director of the Cleveland Playhouse – lecture

March 16: StudioVU lecture series presents internationally acclaimed creative activists The Yes Men

March 17: BrainStorm 2011 Keynote lecture - “New Treatments for Depression: Keeping Neurons Alive, Healthy and Connected” by Ronald S. Duman

* Mark Your Calendars

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Sign Up for a Clinical Trial

Physicians Needed to Participate in a Research Study Evaluating Clinical Efficiency Associated with the use of Medical Record Sy


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Law professor recognized with 2011 Bator Award

Know Your Numbers March 10

Outdoor emergency sirens to be tested March 12

Daylight Savings Time begins March 13

Difficult conversations training March 15

Back pain seminar to be held March 15

Big Brothers Big Sisters informational session March 23

Belly dance your way to fitness Monday nights in March

Health & Wellness Wellcast: “The Express Care Clinic Cares for You”

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Featured Media

What our medical past can tell us about our genomic future

This presentation asks what early cultural fears and resistance to a now commonly accepted practice in modern medicine — blood transfusion — tell us about our own efforts to navigate current clashes between science and society, especially genetic research.

How to Listen to Classical Music: Bang That Drum

Mitchell Korn presents the oldest and most enduring of all instruments – the drum – and its percussion sisters and brothers are investigated through group performance, exploration and play

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From the Vanderbilt View: Looking Back

Vanderbilt’s Peabody College can trace its origins back 225 years to Nashville’s first school – but owes its longevity to celebrated philanthropist George Peabody and the men he entrusted with his legacy.

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