Through the Eyes

Our Through the Eyes video series allows you to learn more about our department and how we work, and, just as important, who we are as people.

Wonder Drake - Assistant Professor

Matthew W. Semler, M.D., Fellow, Allergy, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Division


Featured Story

Maribeth Hamrick, M.D.

Maribeth Hamrick, M.D.

A simple but spiritual journey has led Maribeth Hamrick from a small town in Georgia to Vanderbilt University.


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All gifts benefit the Tinsley Randolph Harrison Society and the Thomas E.Brittingham Learning Center.

Kudos

AHA hypertension council honors Robertson, Madhur

Vanderbilt’s David Robertson, M.D., and Meena Madhur, M.D., Ph.D., were recognized by the American Heart Association’s Council on Hypertension. Robertson, the Elton Yates Professor of Autonomic Disorders, professor of Medicine, Pharmacology and Neurology and director of Vanderbilt’s Clinical Research Center, received the 2016 Page-Bradley Lifetime Achievement Award. Madhur, assistant professor of Medicine, Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, received the Harry Goldblatt New Investigator Award.


News

H. pylori and anemia – new evidence

Timothy L. Cover, M.D., and colleagues have published evidence suggesting that especially under certain dietary conditions, H. pylori "could potentially have a substantial impact on the incidence and severity of anemia worldwide.” This study was reported this month in the journal Infection and Immunity.


Fast Facts

Vanderbilt University Hospital has one of the most advanced electronic systems in the nation for both order entry and for its EMR.