June 23, 2015

The face of technology and data are changing at an increasingly rapid pace. Due largely to the Internet, mobile devices and cloud computing, 90 percent of the data available to us today were created in just the last two years. Read more...

Vanderbilt-led multi-center study looks at antibiotic choice for treating childhood pneumonia


New Vanderbilt-led research shows hospitals are doing a better job of using antibiotics less commonly associated with antibiotic resistance to treat children hospitalized with community-acquired pneumonia. Read more...

New staff orientation format launches Wednesday, July 1


New staff orientation has been redesigned to ensure new hires get the right learning material in ways that are best suited to applying it on the job. There will be separate sessions for University Central and Medical Center staff to accommodate the unique needs and requirements of both organizations. Read more...

Vanderbilt mourns Biochemistry professor Richard Armstrong


A member of the Vanderbilt faculty since 1995, Armstrong was internationally known for his contributions to understanding detoxification enzymes, proteins that break down foreign and potentially harmful chemicals, drugs and other molecules. Read more...

From Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center's "Momentum": Killer T cells


T cells. Killer T cells. They're on the prowl inside you right now, these "hit men" of the immune system. Read more...