Monthly Archives: September 2011

“Drac” Seeks to Terrify

by Wayne Wood Kevin Stoller (pen name: Drac Von Stoller) of the Vanderbilt Pharmacy has published a book of horror short stories, Thirty-One Horrifying Tales from the Dead. A link to find out more is here. You have been warned.

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The Beat Goes On

from Kathy Whitney Vanderbilt Cardiologist Promotes Heart Walk with Music Video Keeping the beat has new meaning for Vanderbilt cardiologist, Mark Glazer, M.D., ¬†who, along with colleagues from the Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute, has once again produced a music … Continue reading

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Celebrating Margurite Douglas’ 60 Years at Vanderbilt

by Wayne Wood September is the month at Vanderbilt when employees who have served the University for a long time are honored. This year the longest-serving Medical Center honoree was Margurite Douglas, who works in Pulmonary Medicine and has been … Continue reading

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The Stand to Contagion, I’m a Sucker for a Killer Virus Story

by Cynthia Manley I’ve been a sucker for killer virus movies since the summer of 1980 when I borrowed a dog-eared copy of Steven King’s The Stand from my friend Lynne Ellen Livesay. To this day, medical thrillers are one … Continue reading

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