Vanderbilt University School of Medicine students, from left, Sophie Schellhammer, Wyatt Cole and Mike Libre formed a program that brings artwork into the rooms of patients at Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital.

VUMC Community Art Initiative call for medical student art

The Association of American Medical Colleges and Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine Art of Diagnosis Program, sponsored by the Gordan and Betty Moore Foundation, awarded Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Community Art Initiative (CAI) $5,000 to support an exhibition of medical student art.

Scottish artist’s innovative works move from Cheekwood to VUMC

Craig Black’s paintings, in both 2-D and 3-D, are now on display in TVC

Radiology’s Brent Savoie turns radiological imagery into lavish dreamscapes

A world that blends the intricacies of marine life and human form: neuroanatomy that looks like coral, the body reimagined as a jellyfish, or an “X-ray aquarium.”

Lori Anne Parker-Danley used pandemic time to learn quilting and create her “pandemic quilt”

Improv quilting stitched together her hours during the pandemic

In delicate three-day operation, two-ton bronze sculpture removed from VUH lobby, packed for shipping to Chicago

Cylinder in a Prism by Italian-born artist Virginio Ferrari was handled with care by expert crew

A young doctor wrote of a life-or-death moment caring for a patient. The New England Journal of Medicine published it as a graphic novel.

A terrifying tale from her first weekend on call.

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