May 7, 2013

Vanderbilt University Medical Center is raising awareness of the dangers associated with distracted driving through its participation in the newly released video for the song "Highway Don't Care," performed by Tim McGraw and featuring Taylor Swift and Keith Urban. Vanderbilt LifeFlight, Vanderbilt University Hospital and the Adult Emergency Department were featured in the video, which depicts a young woman injured in a car accident as the result of texting while driving. Read more...

Epilepsy Program receives key quality recognition


The Vanderbilt Epilepsy Program has maintained its designation as a Level 4 center by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC) for the ninth consecutive year. Read more...

Budding songwriters needed for "Songs from the Heart" concert


Cancer patients, family members and cancer health care workers all have a story to tell. Those who want to share their stories through music are invited to enroll in a songwriting workshop for the upcoming May 17 Songs from the Heart Concert. Read more...

Employee Celebration's Symphony on the Lawn to be Tuesday, May 21


Bring your family and friends, a picnic basket, and blanket to enjoy a relaxing evening of music. Read more...

From Momentum: "Thoroughbreds: In horse breeding and cancer research, Hancock family aims to win"


Dell Hancock remembers the day 40 years ago that the idea for the A.B. Hancock Jr. Memorial Laboratory for Cancer Research at Vanderbilt took form. Her father, Arthur Boyd "Bull" Hancock Jr., had recently died from pancreatic cancer. Read more...