There once was a doctor from Vandy. With limericks he was quite handy.
William Stone, MD, has a talent for writing medical limericks. Girl from Nantucket: no. Smoker from Sewanee: yes.
The story behind the law that saved thousands of children
Robert Sanders, MD, and his wife Patricia were tireless advocates for a child safety-seat law that saved thousands of children and was a model for the nation.
VUMC Voice Halloween children’s art contest deadline is Oct. 22
Entries can be as scary as a haunted house or as sweet as a full-sized candy bar
Pets of VUMC 2018 — Collection #7: Field and stream. Also yard and tub.
Answering the call of the wild
Sarah Carpenter learned a lot working for “The Simpsons.” At Vanderbilt, she applies that knowledge to autism research.
“What I learned there — that’s what we’re doing here.”
Pets of VUMC 2018 — Collection #6: Pets on the move
Take a walk. Go to the pool. Roll down the window and let the wind blow back your fur.
Trauma Unit celebrates 20th anniversary; longtime employees share two decades of memories
“It is the people and not the bricks and mortar that make this unit the special place that it is.”
Pets of VUMC 2018 — Collection #5: What could go wrong?
Trouble waiting to happen. Sometimes it's already occurred.
Wait a minute — that sculpture outside Medical Center North was created by the guy who did the theme to “The Dating Game?”
Turns out, the guy who led the Tijuana Brass also worked in bronze