Successful modern warfare is much more complicated than
killing and capturing the enemy, Gen. David H. Petraeus told
an audience of more than 700 during a visit to the Student
Researchers at the Vanderbilt Eye Institute are now a step
closer to deciphering a leading cause of blindness in the
United States – glaucoma. In a recent study they discovered
that the first sign of injury in glaucoma actually occurs in
Researchers at VUMC are among three North American study
sites to participate in a clinical trial using autologus adult
stem cell transplantation to treat an exceedingly common
problem in women — stress-related urinary incontinence.
The Vanderbilt University Employees’ Credit Union manages
$21 million in assets for 6,500 Vanderbilt employees, offering
competitive interest rates, low-interest loans, and free
checking accounts, electronic banking and personal finance
Problems of extreme poverty — from affordable housing to
health care delivery to nutrition – will be the focus of
efforts by a large number of students traveling this spring to
Guatemala, where Vanderbilt already leads numerous sustained
studies and initiatives.
Since launching the Dores for Haiti Disaster Relief
Campaign last month, our community has responded with a
generosity of spirit and a willingness to serve.
Mundy was director of the Vanderbilt Center in Bone
Biology, the John A. Oates Chair in Translational Medicine and
professor of Medicine, Pharmacology, Orthopaedics and Cancer
Celebrate Women’s History Month this March with a variety
of events around campus.
Summer Programs at Vanderbilt is an online resource
designed to serve faculty, staff and the community. The
directory consists of summer camps, programs and activities
for children K-12 grades from across the University.
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