Live Vanderbilt University News with Latest Updates

Live Vanderbilt University news and developments with the latest updates. Check out current Vanderbilt University news stories and find out what happened, what is going on with Vanderbilt University. Recent news updates about Vanderbilt University
NSF unveils $20 million AI Institute with Vanderbilt and partner institutions
ACTG launches study evaluating effects of an ARV change among people living with HIV who experience excessive weight gain
Research Snapshot: Researchers derive new cancer therapies to decrease risk of heart damage
Research Snapshot: Discovery points to ketamine’s long-term antidepressant effects
Research Snapshot: Novel discovery describes mechanisms of wound detection in body
Second Covid mRNA vaccine dose found safe following allergic reactions to first dose
Road closures, safety perimeter set for upcoming Carmichael Towers implosion
Discussion on melanoma set for July 27
Vanderbilt honors James Lawson with new institute
Research Snapshot: Astrophysicist outlines ambitious plans for first gravitational wave observatory on moon
$1.5M DOE grant targets engineering of cyanobacteria as biofuel production platform
Artificial sweeteners enable delivery of carbon monoxide to treat organ injury
Research finds monoclonal antibodies that may neutralize many norovirus variants
Study finds that professional development opportunities do not delay doctorate training or publications
Vanderbilt to take part in citywide commemoration for Rep. John Lewis
Ask an Expert: Do I need to get vaccinated even if I had COVID-19?
Vanderbilt climbs to 35th spot on National Academy of Inventors Top 100 list for U.S. patents in 2020
Vanderbilt extends ATI partnership on education access, affordability
Basic Sciences announces launch of new Extracellular Vesicle Research Center
‘Dores in Dialogue panelists discuss harmful effects of anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation
New method to predict atrial fibrillation recurrence
Study finds toddlers with ASD do not differ in progress made in comparison of two treatment types
Longest known continuous record of Paleozoic discovered in Yukon wilderness
Pathfinder satellite paves way for constellation of tropical-storm observers
Is U.S. Congress broken? Longtime lawmaker gives insights and advice
Survey in Haiti shows democratic attitudes can persist in countries with weak governance, even during pandemic
Novel discovery describes how motor cortex influences stress responses in brain regions involved
Shifting sands, creeping soils, and a new understanding of landscape evolution
Astrophysicists prepare for age of multimessenger astronomy; build galaxy catalog to study black holes
COVID-19 dual-antibody therapies effective against variants in animal study
National Science Foundation renews funding to support detection of gravitational waves, led locally by Stephen Taylor
Blood cancer patients with COVID-19 fare better with convalescent plasma
Vanderbilt joins peer group studying legacies of slavery and racial injustice
Nashville suffered less than regional cities throughout Colonial Pipeline shutdown due to stronger waterborne petroleum access
Drug rebates for insurers tied to higher costs for patients, especially uninsured
Green Steel Deal: Climate mitigation and international trade come together in decarbonization policy proposal
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Accelerates Drive to Diversity, Announces First Biomedical Laureates
New study finds community activists in Brazil’s favelas play a critical role in combatting COVID-19
Research Snapshot: Finding confirms process by which ketamine acts as an antidepressant
VUMC Team Develops Potential Treatment for Life-threatening Microbial Inflammation
Vanderbilt political scientists discuss shifts in U.S. Congress with longtime North Carolina Rep. David Price
Study reveals changes in cigarette smoking during COVID-19 pandemic
Vanderbilt Poll: Tennesseans split along party lines on vaccines, 2020 election and “cancel culture”
DiBenedetto, mathematician who advanced knowledge on differential equations, has died
Research Snapshot: Hidden variable gives people another tool to manage major depressive disorders
Women’s risk for depression during pregnancy doubled during COVID-19 pandemic, Stanford study finds
Space Force Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond visits Vanderbilt, laying groundwork for future partnership
Former Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam leads discussion on positive role faith can play in politics