Vanderbilt University Medical Center

News and information for the Vanderbilt University Medical Center community

Toggle navigation

Author: Wayne Wood

Employee Spotlight

Pies in the face mark the end of the first round of blood donation challenge. Your donation may determine who gets the next pie.

By Wayne Wood

Shon Dwyer smooshed a pie into the face of Tom Nantais. Mary Pawlikowski smooshed a pie into the face of Meg Rush. Who's next?

Read More

Photo Feature

In delicate three-day operation, two-ton bronze sculpture removed from VUH lobby, packed for shipping to Chicago

By Wayne Wood

Cylinder in a Prism by Italian-born artist Virginio Ferrari was handled with care by expert crew

Read More

Curious VUMC

What options does VUMC offer to save money on my commute?

By Wayne Wood

Gas prices are high. Here are ways to get to and from campus while spending less cash.

Read More

VUMC in the Community

Supplies donated by VUMC arrive in Poland, on way to Ukraine

By Wayne Wood

The medical equipment and pharmaceuticals were donated by VUMC at the request of the Ukrainian Ministry of Health

Read More

VUMC in the Community

Ukraine sent out a plea for donations of medical supplies; VUMC responded with several tons on 25 pallets

By Wayne Wood

The 25 pallets were part of a larger effort all over the U.S. to provide needed medical supplies to Ukraine through health care organizations and private corporations.

Read More

Tales of VUMC Past

The mystery of “Little Jim”

By Wayne Wood

Who is the serious little boy in the 1932 picture, and why is he dressed like a miniature doctor?

Read More

Tales of VUMC Past

The most popular VUMC Voice stories of 2021

By Wayne Wood

Love stories, an honor walk, a heroic rescue -- and plumbing

Read More

Photo Feature

Caroling students bring cheer to VUH Plaza

By Wayne Wood

A Vanderbilt holiday tradition continues — with modifications

Read More

Employee Spotlight

A death or serious injury of a parent can mean a scared and bewildered child. Arielle Silverman helps children understand and cope.

By Wayne Wood

She has worked with children varying in age from under 2 years old to teenagers as old as 18.

Read More