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Nephrology fellow donates kidney to father

Career plans take a turn for the personalread more »


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Summer Reading 2011

The House Organ Writing Contest has been held since 1985, and has published poems, fiction and nonfiction by staff and faculty every July since then; the Summer Reading Issue is part of a Medical Center tradition. And, once again, the quality of the entries again presented ample evidence that Vanderbilt is full of writers walking...read more »


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Dinosaur Rainbow Monarchs

The Nonfiction category winner this year is “Dinosaur Rainbow Monarchs” by Nicole L. Baganz of Pharmacology. read more »


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The Perils of Small Mammals

The Fiction winner is “The Perils of Small Mammals” by Dan Dorset of the Vanderbilt Institute of Chemical Biology.read more »


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Searching

The winner of the Poetry category is Mandy Haynes of the Pediatric Echo Lab for her poem “Searching.”read more »


100 reasons why Vanderbilt is a great place to work

compiled and written by Wayne Wood, with Leslie Hill, Rhonda Kelley and Stacey Kendrick Vanderbilt University is a great place to work. There are a lot of reasons for this, and that’s what this list is about. Vanderbilt, the largest private employer in Nashville, combines great benefits, the cultural advantages of a major university, and the...read more »


Convenience/Quality of Life

Let Vanderbilt Valet get your oil changed or your dry cleaning done.read more »


Stuff You Hope You Never Need

Life insurance, pet insurance, disability, more.read more »


Kids and Families

Head to Disney on the cheap.read more »


Life is a Classroom

Never stop learning, just because you have a job.read more »