The pioneering physician recalls the summer of 1964, the support of his colleagues and the challenges he faced
Stanley Cohen wanted to be left alone to do his research. I wanted to interview him for a radio show. Amazingly, he said yes.
A specially built platform outside the hospital allowed anchor Peter Jennings to deliver the news with a VUMC backdrop
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.
Lauren Hutton! William H. Macy! James Farentino! Medical Center North?
James Tayloe Gwathmey, M.D., was a circus performer and Vanderbilt doctor who wrote popular books on both anesthesia and circus acrobatics
In 1964, with little fanfare, Harold Jordan, M.D., became the first African-American resident physician at Vanderbilt. Looking back to that time, he recalls the support of his colleagues and the challenges he faced.
Memories from the day when Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash came to open a new unit at VUMC.