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Vanderbilt University School of Medicine’s Class of 2024 (photo by Donn Jones)

Commencement 2024

Hundreds of Vanderbilt medical, nursing and graduate students took part in last week’s Commencement.

VUMC’s new automated biobanking system can store as many as 10 million biospecimens.

Training grant builds research ethics capacity for genetic and genomic research in Nigeria

The long-standing partnership between Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health (VIGH) and collaborators Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital (AKTH) and Bayero University (BUK) is poised to address the growing demand for research in precision medicine in Africa.

VUMC honored for health care equality efforts 

VUMC is the only organization in Tennessee to repeatedly be recognized for its commitment to adopting adult LGBTQ-inclusive patient, visitation and employment policies. 

Sarah Lohrmann, MBA, Katie Buntin, Jamie Roberts, Michelle Payne, and Shelly Johnson pose were among those showing their Predators pride on Friday, April 26. (photo by Erin O. Smith)

Showing Predators pride

Vanderbilt University Medical Center employees showed their support for the Nashville Predators as the team continues its journey in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

(photo by Erin O. Smith)

Making a splash for cancer research

The third annual Swim Across America – Nashville was held April 21 at Ensworth Natatorium on the Ensworth School’s Frist Campus. The event raises funds for research at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center.

Traditional healer-initiated HIV testing and care expands in South Africa

Developed in a region with the world’s highest HIV prevalence, this study design and intervention has the potential to impact testing uptake among a “hidden population” by mobilizing trained healers, who vastly outnumber allopathic care providers in South Africa.

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