Employee Spotlight

What happens when musicians lose their hearing? Many find their way to VUMC’s Katie Berg — a scientist, a clinician — and a musician.

Cochlear implants can restore the ability to hear speech, but not music. In the heart of Music City, Katie Berg helps fit cochlear implants tuned specially for the needs of musicians.

PACU team celebrates team member Jessica Crowell on World Down Syndrome Day with special T-shirt

“She is such a wonderful human being, and everyone can see that.”

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.’

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt 20th birthday celebration kicks off with performance from employee musician Darnell Clay

Clay is a familiar face around Monroe Carell. As a Nutrition Services team member, he delivers food trays to patients. Few were aware of his love of music.

Following the clues through time: Old mummies, old bones and old teeth lead to new insight into disease for Katherine Van Schaik

Radiology fellow moves from present-day patients to historical artifacts to understand health and illness

Generations of orthopedic patients and practitioners hold a special place for Sandy Shelton

She has been “Happy to be here” for more than 40 years, and, as she nears retirement, is hailed as a legend in Orthopaedics.

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