Curious about what biomedical science PhDs do for their career? In the "Beyond the Lab" podcast series, the Vanderbilt BRET Office of Career Development interviews biomedical science PhD and postdoctoral alumni about their career path.
A collection of sermons and other offerings from the community of St. Augustine's Episcopal Chapel. Holy Eucharist services held Sundays at 9:30 a.m. in Benton Chapel on the campus of Vanderbilt University Divinity School in Nashville, TN.
On Season 3, we explore how the current watershed era of change cascades into our lives and impacts mental and physical wellbeing. Medicine, science and communities are at a formative moment of recognizing the interplay between our bodies and minds with the shifting landscapes of nature and society. Yet, long-held stigmas and stereotypes persist. Join our community on Twitter @vumc_insights and watch this feed for new episodes in September. #ListenDNA
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Former Vanderbilt offensive lineman Ryan Seymour started 35 games in his career with the Commodores while participating at four different positions. Seymour was later drafted in the 7th round of the NFL Draft, suiting up for seven different teams. Seymour is now joined by Matt Perkins to bring you in-depth analysis on Coach Clark Lea and his team.
Beyond the Lab goes to Canada with alumnus Dr. JP Johnson, Jr, PhD, Vice President of Biology at Xenon Pharmaceuticals Inc. A native to Tennessee, Dr. Johnson shares his journey in industry to the Pacific Northwest and onward to Vancouver.Vanderbilt University
Journeying together in revival for the sake of one another. Sermon begins at 9:47.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Episode Notes This week we have a great Morning Report case presented by our wonderful chief resident Trevor Stevens! We go through a differential for chief complaint of cough, and Dr. Stevens provides us with high yield on the final diagnosis. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
So you want to start infusing climate best practices into your workflow and ensure climate becomes a part of your protocol or criteria – but how?! Listen in as these Vanderbilt Health non-climate scientist leaders give hands-on, real world ideas that stem from how they pivoted their focus to take on climate change.…
Sermon begins at 13:26.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
Dr. Nicole Schramm-Sapyta, PhD, tells us about her role as a faculty member with Duke University and the Duke Institute for Brain Science. Dr. Schramm-Sapyta's love for science keeps popping up in her career story, and this episode focuses on this path.Vanderbilt University
Double 'Dore Dr. Eric Warren, PhD, owns his own forensic science business and tells us about his time with the TBI as well as the ways he began his business.Vanderbilt University
All Saints and All Souls. Service begins at 14:11.The Rev. Becca Stevens
The roots of climate change–human-made emissions–and effects of the shifting environment range from microscopic impacts to mega-storms. Physician scientists are assessing how transitions, such as fossil fuel-powered vehicles to EVs, impact health care costs and our health – and whether invisible particles around us have long-term links to cancer. L…
The Salvation of Zacchaeus is braided into the idea of just living. Sermon begins at 11:25.The Rev. Quentin Cox
Get inspired to forge creative ways to influence people around you, and get some ideas on how to increase your own climate literacy. Vanderbilt Health physicians at various stages of their career explain how they are leading the charge to fuse climate literacy and awareness into their specialties, their clinics and their patients’ lives.…
Two priests go down into a Ukrainian bar ... where they encounter many mercies, including the Dark Madonna. Sermon begins at 12:18.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
Letting the living word inform who we are and living it out. While we might like to think we are the widow in this story--we might have to consider that we are also the judge. Sermon begins at 14:51.The Rev. Becca Stevens
What we are doing is nothing more than whats required of us. Just go out there, love the world, and dont be ashamed about it. Sermon begins at 14:13.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Remembering that our journeys begin and end with God. Sermon begins at 14:43.The Rev. Becca Stevens
We don’t live our lives in healthcare systems. Listen to how three inspiring researchers are building new systems, leveraging technology and influencing policy to alleviate the toll of suicide.
It's a little uncomfortable to admit this, but the life of Judas and the readings have done something to me. They've been like a Mirror, inviting me to take a long look. That's what the gospel does: it holds up a mirrir and asks us to take a look. Sermon begins at 10:53.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
Does your environment affect your health and wellbeing? Explore what prevents you from bringing your whole self to work, school and your personal relationships. Experts weigh in on the question: Can you thrive if your mental and physical health aren’t in sync?
Finding your place in scripture is an important part of our calling. In today's lesson--if you forget that you are the one sheep out of the 99 that Jesus has come for--you've missed the point of the story. Join us for this sermon and the start of the program year. Sermon begins at 18:10.The Rev. Becca Stevens
A sermon conversation for Labor Day with the Rev, Francisco Garcia. Sermon begins at 13:44.The Rev, Francisco Garcia
Psychiatrists break down what children are experiencing, how they might be processing it, and what’s happening in a system unequipped to triage, treat, or prevent the ever-increasing prevalence of mental health diagnosis in children and adolescents.
Communities and culture affect everyone’s mental health. Experts from Vanderbilt Health explain why the mental health system needs a new shape – and why we’re all shapeshifters of sorts when it comes to our mental wellbeing.
First step toward better collective mental wellbeing? Talking about mental health. So that’s what DNA did. This episode is a snippet of a ListenDNA live conversation on Twitter featuring experts from Vanderbilt Health and teens from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee discussing how to break through the stigma.…
Division? The Jesus we are comfortable with and the Jesus we see in Luke. The Rev. Quentin Cox. Sermon begins at 8:42.The Rev. Quentin Cox
Episode Notes On this episode, we discuss a case of abdominal pain and go through workup of GI malignancies with our recent chief TURNED GI fellow, Christine Lopez. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is made by and for our internal medicine residents to enhance our educational experience. The content, while edited by residents, is not verified by host or spe…
Scripture is a vibrant and moving entity because it is filled with love, and speaks to us when we are weary. Sermon begins at 9:32.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Season 3 is bursting with new elements to spark collaboration and conversation. Check out gold moments from the first four episodes that explore why mental wellness is a pursuit, not a destination, and how it’s influenced by the people and environment around us.Vanderbilt Health
Relating to money, each other, and God. Sermon begins at 9:30.The Rev. Francisco Garcia
A word from our friend and chaplain to the Center for Contemplative Justice, the Rev. Kelsey Davis that celebrates Magdalene, and accepting the invitation to freedom. Sermon begins at 11:08.The Rev. Kelsey Davis
Sarah, like Jesus, reveals how generative it is to lighten up, to listen, and to let go into laughter, Sermon begins at 13:12.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
A Prism of Love: calling to mind the faces of suffering and being moved to offer care. Sermon begins at 10:02.Sarah Stell
The Power of Preaching the Good News. A sermon by the Rev. David Shivers. Sermon begins at 8:32The Rev. David Shivers
No matter the season of life, no matter the circumstances at home or abroad or in our own lives, the Dark Madonna (like the Psalms and Jesus himself) invites us into the practice of pausing, listening, and pivoting into joy. Sermon begins at 9:15.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
Sermon, by Al Andrews, begins at 11:47.Al Andrews
Trinity Sunday is the day we get to celebrate women in the forms of wisdom and spirit! Women are important parts of the mystery of the Trinity. Sermon begins at 11:18.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Pentecost! The Need for the Holy Spirit. A message from the Rev. Quentin Cox. Sermon begins at 12:50.The Rev. Quentin Cox
Surrounding ourselves with good deeds and shring about them keeps us all mindful of the body moving forward. Sermoin begins at 10:25.
There is a rhythm to scripture. Often, people tell about something they did that led to something else...and that same rhythm is often how we start social movements. Sermon begins at 14:51.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Did you hear the one about the Ukranian Mother who died and went to heaven...?The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
The return of Kelsey Davis, today representing Blue Ridge Service Corps, on behalf od the Diocese of Western North Carolina! Sermon begins at 16:22.Kelsey Davis
Remembering is a way to materialize things for our hearts and our minds. Remembering can increase our faith, our hope, and our believing. Sermon begins at 11:22.Yuri Rodriguez
Weeping doesnt get the last word. We can say with joy, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia. Sermon begins at 15:50.
Palm Sunday with the reading of the Passion Gospel, and music from our wonderful musicians.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
Join us for another episode where Chief Greg Jackson discusses a case of aspergillosis and another case of hemolytic anemia.
This week we hear from friend of St. A's, The Rev. Quentin Cox. Sermon begins at 11:37.The Rev. Quentin Cox
A Bilingual Service of Justice and Liberation Celebrating the lives of Cesar Chavez and Msr. Oscar Romero. Sermon begins at 17:42.The Rev. Francisco Garcia
The Fig Tree Gets a Second Chance. Sermon begins at 13:34.The Rev. Richard Wineland
In this last episode of Season 5, Dr. Sudipta Chakraborty shares about her unique training experience, her remote work, and her role in clinical trial management.Vanderbilt University
Dr. Li Yang tells us about her work at the National Cancer Institute as well as how her training at Vanderbilt helped her prepare for the next step.Vanderbilt University
Unpacking in Lent the art of weeping. Weeping is a lament full of compassion. It is a sign of love in all of us who were planted with a longing for life. Sermon begins at 9:17.The Rev. Becca Stevens