The search for future physicians is now turning to Americaís best and brightest high school students. Vanderbiltís School for Science and Math provides opportunities for curious, young minds to learn from scientists who actually do the research that shapes our future.
Staff writer Bill Snyder spent a week in Mozambique covering the efforts of a Vanderbilt-owned subsidiary, Friends in Global Health. Learn more about the agency's clinical director, Troy Moon, M.D., and Vanderbiltís efforts to extend HIV/AIDS treatment in a rural province.
New physician Caroline Knox discusses her reasons for choosing a career in family medicine when most of her peers have opted to specialize.
Vanderbiltís Jeff Balser, M.D., Ph.D., incoming vice chancellor for Health Affairs and dean of the School of Medicine, is an accomplished clinician and researcher. At 47, Balser is the youngest person ever to lead the Medical Center. He spent the past decade preparing for the role, working closely as an apprentice to Harry Jacobson, M.D., who retired as vice chancellor in June. Jacobson hand-selected Balser as his successor and, as a mentor, has placed Balser in a series of roles with ever-increasing responsibility. MORE >>
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