November 8, 2012

Creating a world-class information technology infrastructure at Vanderbilt University is the aim of a major initiative now under way across campus. Read more...

Adult hospital, clinics positioned for success: Posch


Vanderbilt University Hospital and Vanderbilt's adult clinics have achieved a strong position in the region and are poised for continued growth, says David Posch, chief executive officer of Vanderbilt University Hospital and Clinics. Read more...

Kidney Transplantation Program celebrates 50 years


Vanderbilt has performed more than 4,400 kidney transplants since the start of the program 50 years ago, when the first adult kidney transplant at Vanderbilt was performed on Oct. 3, 1962. Read more...

Project BRAIN gives hope to children and families facing traumatic brain injury


When Brendie Keane sent her 14-year-old daughter, Parris, to her first high school homecoming party, she had all the worries of a typical parent. But what happened that night wasn't one of them. The deck that Parris was standing on at a private residence collapsed, knocking her unconscious and sending her and nine others to the hospital. Read more...