January 27, 2015

David Posch, CEO of the Vanderbilt Hospital and Clinics and executive director of the Vanderbilt Medical Group, will present highlights from the previous fiscal year as well as this year's goals for driving value in the hospital and clinics. Read more...

Brain study sheds light on how children with autism process social play


Brain scans confirm significant differences in play behavior, brain activation patterns and stress levels in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as compared with typically developing children. Read more...

From VICC's "Momentum" magazine: Missing the mark


There is a vaccine that prevents cancer. Why are so few getting it? Since the Pap smear debuted in the 1950s to detect pre-cancerous changes in a woman's cervix, mortality rates for cervical cancer have dropped by 70 percent, according to the American Cancer Society, making the simple collection of cells from the opening of the cervix perhaps the biggest success story in the history of cancer screening. Read more...