July 8, 2014

James S. Mathis, J.D., Chief Clinical Enterprise Compliance Officer and assistant vice chancellor for Health Affairs, has been promoted to Chief Compliance Officer for Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Read more...

Vanderbilt IT launching new, more secure wireless solution


Vanderbilt IT has introduced a new wireless onboarding solution to help ensure that Vanderbilt students, staff and faculty have a more secure Wi-Fi connection. Read more...

Construction to begin at 25th and Highland


Signs and fencing have gone up at the corner of Highland and 25th avenues, the construction site for the new Engineering and Science Building. Read more...

Beware of email phishing scams


Vanderbilt University Information Technology (VUIT) wants to remind all members of the Vanderbilt community, including Medical Center employees, of the dangers of email phishing scams, which are an ongoing issue. Read more...

From Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center's "Momentum" magazine: Behind the Scenes: Chemotherapy


From the Greek root meaning "chemical," chemotherapy is the process of using drugs to destroy rapidly dividing cells, a hallmark of most cancer cells. As one of the pillars of cancer treatment, chemotherapy can come in pill form or a liquid given through the vein. Some patients have one treatment every few months, while others have treatments every day for weeks. Brent Hendrickson, a married father of two from Franklin, Tenn., with testicular cancer, allows a glimpse of a typical chemotherapy treatment. (Photos by Joe Howell) Read more...