Seventeen cross-disciplinary projects involving 153 faculty from all 10 Vanderbilt colleges and schools were selected for the initial set of awards from the Trans-Institutional Program (TIPs) initiative. The projects represent a broad range of research and teaching, with diverse topics such as preventing adverse pregnancy outcomes, big data infrastructure and private governance approaches to climate change.
Written by the faculty members and students involved with the projects, these blog posts will give readers a behind-the-scenes view into the major accomplishments being achieved.
- ARMA Lab: Giving Surgeons a Sense of Touch
- Zika Virus Infection and Ocular Disease in Children
- Advanced Robotics and Mechanism Applications (ARMA)
- MASI Lab: Connecting clinical neuroscience with advanced technological imaging analysis
- Can music training improve language outcomes in children? Program for Music, Mind and Society provides violin lessons for children with language impairments
- Organs-on-Chips Pave the Way for Endometriosis Research
- VISE affiliate Bennett Landman, Ph.D., uses big data to solve big medical problems in the MASI lab
- The Program for Music, Mind, and Society makes Music City more musical through the SeREnADe project
- Putting NetsBlox in the Classroom at Vanderbilt
- The Vanderbilt Institute in Surgery and Engineering (VISE): Bringing Engineers and Surgeons Together to Improve Patient Care