Letter from Associate Dean for Alumni Affairs
Dear Vanderbilt University Medical Alumni,
The VMAA is proud to welcome the Class of 2015 as our newest group of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine students. The Class of 2015 had an excellent White Coat Ceremony in August. Many thanks to all our medical alumni, faculty and friends who sponsored white coats for all 104 of our new students.
Now the cycle of residency applications, interviewing, matching, graduating, and moving for residency training is in full swing for the VUSM Class of 2012. If you live in a city with a major academic medical center with active residency programs, please consider joining the 300+ medical alumni who serve as VMAA Hosts for residency interviews. Learn more about the VMAA Host Program by visiting: www.medschool.vanderbilt.edu/alumni/hostprogram. If you have questions about the VMAA Host Program, please do not hesitate to contact me at: email@example.com.
Vanderbilt Medical Alumni Reunion 2012
We are pleased to announce that the 2012 Medical Reunion will take place Oct. 25-27, in conjunction with the Vanderbilt University Reunion and Homecoming celebration. All medical alumni are invited to participate in our VUSM Reunion 2012 festivities featuring a welcome reception on Thursday evening, Oct. 25; CME, Quinq inductions, the All Alumni Luncheon and Grand Dinner on Friday, Oct. 26; and more CME, football festivities and class parties for all the special anniversary classes on Saturday, Oct 27. Learn more about VUSM Reunion 2012
at our VMAA website: https://medschool.vanderbilt.edu/alumni/.
Reunion 2012 Special Anniversary Class Celebrants
Quinq Plus 1961 and earlier
2011 VMAA Board Meeting
The annual VMAA board meeting convened in Nashville Sept. 23-24, 2011. The board welcomed these new members: postdoctoral representative Tara Schwetz, M.D., (Molecular Physiology & Biophysics); house staff representatives Kevin Sexton, M.D., (Surgery) and Aaron Shaver, M.D., (Pathology); and young alumni representative Chloe Rowe, M.D., (MD ‘03, New York City), reappointed in August to a second term on the board. For a complete list of our VMAA board members visit the VMAA website and link to: https://medschool.vanderbilt.edu/alumni/vmaa-board.
Upcoming VMAA Events and Dinners
In February the VMAA will host regional medical alumni dinners in Pensacola, Fla., and Durham-Chapel Hill, N.C. On Feb. 2, Robert Snowden, M.D., (MD ‘69, VMAA board regional representative, Pensacola, Fla.) will host our Pensacola Regional Dinner with C. Wright Pinson, MBA, M.D., (MD ‘80) deputy vice chancellor for Health Affairs, as the featured speaker. The Durham-Chapel Hill Regional Dinner on Feb. 9 will be hosted by Joseph Cook, M.D., (MD ‘64) and will feature a presentation by Nancy Brown, M.D., (HS ‘86, FE ‘91), chair of the Department of Medicine. Invitations will be mailed to medical alumni in these regions. For medical alumni residing in these areas, please save the date and look for your invitation. If you will be moving to either of these areas, please be sure to update your contact information via: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions about either of these VMAA events, please do not hesitate to contact me at: email@example.com or by calling 615-322-0310.
Worthy of Note News
One of the most enjoyable aspects of my role with the VMAA is hearing from you. Please take a moment to submit your “Worthy of Note news” for our next Vanderbilt Medical alumni news section. Send your news and digital photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org; or fax to (615) 936-8475; or mail to VUMC, 21st Ave. S., and Medical Center Drive, MCN D-8212, Nashville, TN 37232-2106.
Hope to hear from you soon.
With very best wishes,
Ann H. Price