Sarratt Art Studios at Vanderbilt University is pleased to announce the fall schedule and online registration is now open! This non credit art program is open to everyone from the Vanderbilt and Nashville communities and surrounding area.
Choose from a great list of art classes that includes pottery on the wheel, photography, a variety of drawing and painting classes, jewelry, and graphic design. New classes this fall include Sculpting the Human Figure in Clay and Illustration as Visual Storytelling.
Classes meet once a week for 2 hours and are offered at various times during the day. Most classes meet for 12 weeks during the semester with Graphic Design and Beginning Digital Photography meeting for 6 weeks. Located in Sarratt Student Center this unique program offers quality instruction from Nashville artists, affordable tuition prices and a great way to learn something new in the arts.
Fall classes begin the week of September 12 and class sizes are limited to 10 - 12 participants.
Join USA Boxing Coach Tramaine Crook & master punches, combos, blocks, & footwork as you learn to move like a pro boxer!
September 3rd-October 22nd, 2016
Registration deadline is August 29th
*Participants must provide their own gloves and hand wraps. Kits available for $50. Clinic is open for ages 12-17. No membership needed to enroll.
Sign up online: vanderbilt.edu/recreationandwellnesscenter/youth
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Join USA Boxing Coach Tramaine Crook and master punches, combos, blocks and footwork as you learn to move like a pro boxer!
Beginner level boxing classes are coed, non-contact.
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Topic: "Perioperative Pacemaker / ICD Management"
Presenter: Dr. Ban Silehsi
Location: 5181 MCE, NT
Topic: “Anesthesia for Abdominal and Urological Procedures”
Presenter: Dr. Laura Zeigler
Location: VCH 4512
Topic: "Oral Boards - #1"
Presenter: Dr. Blair
Location: 3161 MCE
Reading: Chapters 13, 15, & 16
Topic: "SNACC Practice Questions (Quiz 5&6)"
Presenter: Dr. Kla
Location: 3161 MCE
Reading: Chapter 6
Topic: Neurologic Complications
Presenter: Dr. David Chestnut
Location: 4203 VUH
Reading: Guide: Chpt. 32
Topic: Acetaminophen (APAP, Tylenol) NSAIDs & COX-2 Inhibitors
Location: 3015 VUH
Galit Alter, Ph.D.
Associate Professor in Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Defining non-neutralizing properties of protective antibodies against Ebola virus
While antibody titers and neutralization are considered the gold-standards for the selection of a successful vaccine, these parameters are often inadequate predictors of protective immunity. Instead, antibodies mediate a diverse array of additional extra-neutralizing Fc-driven activities that may contribute to antiviral control/clearance. Thus, when neutralization fails to predict protection, Fc-mediated antibody activity may underlie protective immunity, requiring the use of more comprehensive antibody profiling tools for the identification of unanticipated humoral correlates of protective immunity and/or for the downselection of protective vaccine antibody profiles. Thus a set of high-throughput, comprehensive assays were developed to capture the remarkable biodiversity of antibody effector functions, linked to multivariate computational tools to begin to probe humoral correlates of protective immunity in an unbiased manner. This analysis now provides a means to not only contrast unique vaccine fingerprints, but also begin to identify unexpected correlates, and perhaps even mechanisms, of immune protection against HIV.
Sponsored by: Vanderbilt Centers for Immunobiology, Microbial Pathogenesis, Vanderbilt Vaccine Center, Medicine Divisions of Rheumatology, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, and Infectious Diseases
FASPE is a set of innovative programs for students in professional schools designed to address contemporary ethical issues through a unique historical context. Fellowships provide business, journalism, law, medical, and seminary students with a 12-day trip to Germany and Poland where the actions of professionals during the Holocaust and in Nazi Germany serve as a backdrop for an intensive course of study on the current ethical challenges in their fields. FASPE invokes the power of place—the first-hand experience of visiting Auschwitz and other historic sites—to engage Fellows in applying the lessons of history to the ethical issues they face today.
Please join Kelly Wolenberg Harris and Maria de Lourdes Ladino for a presentation to learn more about this exciting and life-changing opportunity! Lunch will be provided for attendees who RSVP.
“Environmental Exposures in Early Life: Impacts on Obesity and Chronic Disease Risk Throughout the Lifecourse” by Anne P Starling, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Epidemiology, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Colorado School of Public Health, Aurora, CO
Topic: Opioid Conversion
Presenter: Dr. Brian Allen
Location: 3108 MCE
Topic: “Quality Improvement Introduction”
Presenter: Dr. Suanne Daves
Location: VCH 5009