Vanderbilt University Medical Center Archives
Feb. 1, 2018—A panel discussion on gun violence prevention, along with a moderated public debate, will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 14, at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.
Jan. 19, 2018—Child volunteers are needed for a Vanderbilt University Medical Center research study that will look at how eye movements and brain activity measure interest in food.
Dec. 13, 2017—School of Nursing student Steven Welton will never forget the first baby he delivered. Welton took charge when Elijah Youssef was born unexpectedly in the back seat of the family’s Honda outside Medical Center East last week. Welton is halfway through VUSN’s ASN to MSN program for registered nurses who have associate degrees, but he’d never before delivered a baby nor assisted in a delivery.
Oct. 17, 2017—Harold Jordan, M.D., has had a distinguished medical career that includes many highlights, including being chair of Psychiatry at Meharry Medical College, his medical alma mater, and serving as acting dean of the School of Medicine at Meharry as well. Besides his academic career, Jordan was devoted to improving mental health care for the public...
Oct. 13, 2017—A new exhibit on display at the Wond'ry honors the discoveries of Vanderbilt's Nobel laureates by translating them into beautiful works of art.
Oct. 9, 2017—The Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) is collecting supplies to aid residents of Puerto Rico as it recovers from Hurricane Maria.
Oct. 3, 2017—Come for a box lunch and hear how you can help others sign up for the Affordable Health Care Act.
Sep. 22, 2017—One of our favorite prediabetes success stories includes lifestyle overhaul and the help of a program focused on manageable change: Health Plus at Vanderbilt.
Sep. 15, 2017—The Meharry–Vanderbilt Community Engaged Research Core announces new round of mini-grants. The deadline is Oct. 20, 2017.
Sep. 6, 2017—Beginning Sept. 1, Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s patient customer service line began to experience an unusually high volume of calls. Medical Center officials quickly determined the cause of the increased call volume was the result of a fraudulent practice known as caller ID spoofing.