Reporter Feb 24 2023

Jeff Balser, MD, PhD, talked about the creativity and collaboration of VUMC’s workforce during the Leadership Assembly.

Collaboration, creativity necessary for “Stronger Together” cost initiative: Leadership Assembly highlights

February’s Leadership Assembly explored the next stage of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s ongoing journey.

2022 another strong year for Vanderbilt Transplant Center

Study sheds new light on hormone therapy as menopause treatment

Vanderbilt research shows that hormone replacement therapy can be safely administered depending on the method used and the patient’s age, time since menopause, and risk of cardiovascular disease.

NIH grant supports TB research network in Brazil

The National Institutes of Health has awarded a five-year, $5 million grant to Vanderbilt University Medical Center for continued support of the Brazil Regional Prospective Observational Research in Tuberculosis network, or RePORT-Brazil.

Review explores ICU-related cognitive impact scores

A recent systematic review by Vanderbilt researchers has taken a close look at the cognitive instruments used in long-term outcome studies of survivors of adult critical illness and how those test scores are interpreted.

Trial seeks to expand therapies for biliary cancers

A Vanderbilt clinical trial seeks to optimize the effect of immunotherapies for patients with biliary tract cancers who have already progressed on first-line therapy.

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