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In addition to her honor as SEC Freshman of the Year, Simin Feng was named Peggy Harmon Brady Player of the Year for the women’s golf program at the Commodores’ end-of-year awards dinner. (DEE MOORE)

Double Crown

The Commodores finished 11 strokes ahead of South Carolina to win the team title at the 2014 SEC Golf Championship, and freshman Simin Feng claimed medalist honors as the tournament’s top individual.

JAE S. LEE

Born to Run

The Iroquois Steeplechase is one of several Nashville traditions that draws huge crowds and help to support the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

Big Data

Big Data

Vanderbilt University Medical Center has received an 18-month, $6.9 million award to set up a Clinical Data Research Network (CDRN) that can reach millions of patients and speed the translation of research findings into clinical practice.

Our Fathers, Ourselves

Our Fathers, Ourselves

“I just met Sidney DeLair, BA’75, who told this wonderful story of his time living in Kissam,” began an email I received from Donna Sir Johnson, MS’79, last spring.

RANGIZZZ

Down with No-Shows

Approximately 50 percent of Vanderbilt Medical Group text reminders get a response, compared to the roughly 30 percent response rate for VMG robo-calls.

TRIAD Director  Zachary Warren  applies the Early  Start Denver Model method to assess  a 2-year-old girl  for autism. (ANNE RAYNER)

Early Start

Vanderbilt’s Treatment and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders (TRIAD) and the Tennessee Department of Education are partnering to bring a novel intervention program to families of young children with autism in Middle Tennessee.

Letter Perfect

Letter Perfect

On April 16 more than 100 sixth graders from Wright Middle School—one of the most diverse schools in Nashville—met the Vanderbilt Graduate School student pen pals with whom they have corresponded for the entire school year and got a tour of Vanderbilt University Medical Center facilities.

Complex Cases

Complex Cases

When Eddie Dotson arrived at Vanderbilt University Medical Center last September, he weighed 627 pounds and had so much fluid in his chest that it was hard for him to breathe. His heart, liver and kidneys were failing. Then Vanderbilt’s new Complex Care Team got involved.

Here Come the Judges

Here Come the Judges

A new seminar will offer mid-career federal judges an opportunity to reflect on their years on the bench and learn from their own experiences and those of their peers.

A Beautiful Sight

A Beautiful Sight

Vanderbilt’s emergency medicine residency program in Guyana graduated its first resident last November, capping a decade-long effort to establish the country’s very first emergency medicine program and department at Georgetown Public Hospital Corp.