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Beethoven’s genes reveal low predisposition for beat synchronization

What the exceptional composer’s DNA tells us about genetics

School of Medicine in top 10 in NIH funding: survey

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, which received $527.7 million in direct and indirect NIH grant support in FY23, has been among the top 10 U.S. medical schools in NIH funding for six of the last 10 years.

Chief Patient Experience Officer David Haynes, MD, center, presented Excellence in Patient Experience awards to Cassandra Bruns, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, left, and Inder Raj Grewal, MBBS, who had perfect top box scores of 100%. Not pictured is Bethany Sanders, MSN, CNM, who also received a perfect score. (Photo by Susan Urmy)

Patient Experience awards honor excellence of clinical teams and individual clinicians

New leaders named to Vanderbilt-Ingram research programs

Seven new leaders have been appointed to guide Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center’s research programs.

Vanderbilt Music Cognition Lab hosts second annual open house

Have you ever wondered what science has to say about why music is important for health? You can find out at the Vanderbilt Music Cognition Lab’s second annual open house on Tuesday, Aug. 15.

Study uses statistical and population-based methods to understand comorbidities of developmental language disorder

A recent Vanderbilt study is one of the first to use statistical and population-based methods to understand comorbidities associated with developmental language disorder at a population level.

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