Paul Govern

Stroke symposium set for April

Vanderbilt Neurology Stroke and Neuroscience Symposium will be held April 4 as a hybrid event, in person at the Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Vanderbilt Hotel and online.

2024 REDCap Fest available online

Videos and slides from 2024 REDCap Fest, held online Feb. 21 – 23, are available for viewing by members of the Vanderbilt and Meharry Medical College research community.

Study finds more pleasant-sounding medical device alarms could reduce annoyance without compromising effectiveness

A new study found that making medical device alarms more musical can significantly reduce perceived annoyance without negatively impacting the ability of research participants to learn and remember the alarms.

Neurology’s Bruce Ayers brings his love of music to the world as the founder of Nashville African American Wind Symphony

My grandmother would say, ‘Boy, stop banging on that piano.’ And my grandfather would say, ‘Let him keep playing, this might turn into something for him.’

Study finds a role for AI in drug repurposing pipeline

Vanderbilt researchers are using artificial intelligence to search for existing drugs used for other problems that might help patients Alzheimer’s Disease.

AI aids efforts to cut nuisance alerts for health care teams: study

A new study from Vanderbilt University Medical Center demonstrates the promise of artificial intelligence to help refine and target the myriad computerized alerts intended to assist doctors and other team members in day-to-day clinical decision-making.

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