After being diagnosed with MS, Jonathan Davidson decided to take up running. He just completed his 50th marathon — one in each of the 50 states.
Holding his infant daughter led him to vow to take care of himself so he could coach her soccer team and, someday, walk her down the aisle.
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.
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.”
Every child who finishes chemo gets a rousing serenade. The woman behind Children’s Hospital’s “Last Chemo” song.
Warning: you will be humming "The Macarena" for the rest of the day.
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.”
Andie Perona, part of the VUMC transplant team, receives double organ transplant
The transplant team surgical technician found herself on the other side of the table as a kidney and pancreas transplant recipient. It transformed her life.
Patty Hofstetter came to Vanderbilt as a teenager. She never left — until now.
A conversation with the 41-year veteran nurse upon her retirement.
NICU nurse overwhelmed by support from co-workers after house fire
The house is gone. Love remains.
Raye Nell Dyer leaves example of love and ministry at Children’s Hospital
As a chaplain, she brought blessings and comfort to patients, family and employees