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  • Email | Vanderbilt University | Vanderbilt University
    School of Engineering Graduate School Law School School of Medicine School of Nursing Owen Graduate School of Management Peabody College of Education and Human Development More Research VU Inside Dr William Fissell s Artificial Kidney Neanderthal DNA has subtle but significant impact on human traits Price determines whether calorie information sways consumer choices Cotton candy machines may hold key for making artificial organs Congress in danger of losing relevancy as presidents work around it Research News Vanderbilt Research at Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Libraries University Central Research Administration Medical Center Research Administration A Z Research Get our Research News Weekly E Newsletter Sign Up More Students Dean of Students Living on Campus The Ingram Commons Vanderbilt Hustler Student Government Dining Housing Libraries Center for Student Professional Development International Students Global Education Office Honor System YES Blackboard Anchor Link Email Login Mobile Apps A Z Students More Faculty Staff Chancellor s Higher Education Fellowship aims to build leadership pipeline Chancellor Zeppos honored with national diversity award Successful entrepreneur and innovator chosen to lead new Innovation Center Legal close date for university medical transition moved to second quarter Town hall on diversity c2hr Connect 2 HR Blackboard Human Resources Work at VU Benefits

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  • VIEE | Vanderbilt University
    are central determinants of climate change habitable space and human and ecological health The Vanderbilt Institute for Energy and the Environment VIEE engages in research and education that directly link the social and behavioral sciences physical sciences engineering law and policy and that bear on energy and environmental decision making by individuals and by public and private institutions Specifically VIEE research elucidates the relationships among individual institutional and societal choices for energy production and use and the impacts and benefits of these choices on the environment and health through links with climate water quality economics social psychology and natural resources A key aim of VIEE is to create a strong multi disciplinary undergraduate and graduate research and education program which will evolve into a center of national and international leadership in this field Our Goals To expand the understanding of energy and the environment by conducting basic and applied interdisciplinary research that will affect policy and management To build education programs that will provide rigorous and innovative curricula within current and new programs to attract exceptional and diverse students To build communication within and reach out beyond Vanderbilt to help impact the energy and environmental work of government agencies businesses

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  • Robert Penn Warren Center | Vanderbilt University
    Faculty Fellowships Graduate Student Fellowships Theme Nominations Fellows Faculty Fellows Graduate Fellows Previous Faculty Fellows Previous Graduate Fellows Queen s University Belfast HASTAC News and Media Newsletter Warren Center in the News Who Speaks for the Negro Digital Archive Audio and Video Mailing List Contact Us Welcome to the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Our center promotes interdisciplinary research and study in the humanities and social sciences Because cooperative study in higher education is crucial to the modern university and the society it influences the Center is designed to intensify and increase interdisciplinary discussion of academic social and cultural issues GO Sign Up for Email Updates For Email Marketing you can trust Announcements Calendar Who Speaks Digital Archive Upcoming Events 02 29 2016 4 10 p m Thomas Andrews talk on why small histories still matter 03 02 2016 4 10 p m Moses Ochonu Boko Haram and Radical Islamism in the West African Sahel A Biographyâ 03 16 2016 4 10 p m Brian Larkin Talk 03 21 2016 4 10 p m National Identity in Contemporary Argentine Culture MORE See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni Current Students Faculty Staff International Students Media Parents Family Prospective Students

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  • VIIBRE | Vanderbilt University
    Presentations Portal Links Innovative Systems Biology and Systems Engineering at Vanderbilt VIIBRE the Vanderbilt Institute for Integrative Biosystems Research and Education was created in 2001 with a 5 million five year grant from the Vanderbilt Academic Venture Capital Fund to foster and enhance interdisciplinary research in innovative systems biology and systems engineering at Vanderbilt integrated with a strong focus on undergraduate graduate and postdoctoral education VIIBRE s mission is to invent the tools and develop the skills that are required to conduct research in systems biology in other words to elucidate the multitude of intracellular metabolic and signaling control mechanisms by which biological systems regulate homeostasis differentiation development growth repair and responses to physiological and environmental stimuli Control of cellular function is ubiquitous among living systems and occurs over spatiotemporal scales that range from rapid local control of transient molecular signaling events to slower regulatory mechanisms governing biological activity throughout an entire organism over its lifespan This spatiotemporal breadth presents measurement and modeling challenges that require a coordinated collaborative effort by scientists engineers and physicians whose expertise spans multiple disciplines Taking advantage of Vanderbilt s existing strengths in science medicine engineering and education VIIBRE has instituted a broad program in BioMicroElectroMechanical systems BioMEMS and advanced analytical and optical instrumentation and software to address pressing questions in systems biology VIIBRE s activities are carried out in on and off campus collaborations in research areas such as cellular biosensors bioprocess controllers mathematical models for wound healing and cancer infectious disease detection biomedical imaging and cellular tissue engineering One of VIIBRE s long term challenges is to design and build hybrid silicon biological systems microfluidic cell habitats that propose and generate models and conduct experiments on themselves to identify the principles represented by mathematical equations that describe cellular metabolic and signaling dynamics To

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  • Keegan Traveling Fellowship | Vanderbilt University
    The Michael B Keegan Fellowship enhances the development of future leaders through world travel and experiential learning The program is designed to allow a graduating senior the opportunity to pursue an idea or an issue about which the student is impassioned and to do so in the context of daily life in a global scenario Ryan Selvaggio Caroline Walker 2015 2016 Traveling Fellows This year s pair of Keegan Fellows is particularly unique in that the Fellows selected unbeknownst to the committee are extremely close friends Meeting the first week of their first year at Vanderbilt in 2011 the friends worked alongside one another in the dining hall and have since maintained friendship through involvement in their Catholic community and as Ingram Scholars Though their interests are especially different the friends have been blessed to watch each other grow in their particular passions over the past four years and have continued to have many meaningful discussion around various societal issues Each Fellow is ecstatic for the other s project and opportunity even more so now that they are not competing for the same Fellowship Walker remarked It is truly an honor to be a fellow alongside Ryan a friend in whom I not only regard with great respect for his hard work and critical thinking but also as a wonderful human being who I know will do wonders through his dedication to humanity through the education system Read the full press release GO Info Sessions for 2015 16 Monday September 29th 4 00 5 30 Rand 308 Tuesday October 13th 4 00 5 30 Rand 308 Friday October 30th 4 00 5 30 Rand 308 Traveling Fellows Emily Yount 2014 15 David Sanchez 2014 15 Emma Steigerwald 2013 14 Kathleen Russell 2012 13 Ashley Zeiger 2011 12 Wyatt Smith 2010

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  • Center for Second Language Studies | Vanderbilt University
    Second Language Studies CSLS provides a space for you to expand your knowledge of language culture and technology Useful links Coffee Hours Learn how to use Box Film Request Times and locations of CSLS working groups Graduate Student Conversation Hours New languages offered at Vanderbilt Room Reservation Find us on the campus map We are located at Furman Hall Room 001 Phone 615 322 2818 GO Tweets by Vandy CSLS

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  • LAPOP | Vanderbilt University
    LAPOP data Papers from the AmericasBarometer Small Grants and Data Award Recipients 2011 CARSI Study Partners Donors and Partners Country Partners Media Requests Chart of the Week Support in the U S Public for Marijuana Legalization LAPOP is the premier academic institution carrying out surveys of public opinion in the Americas with over thirty years of experience As a center for excellence in survey research LAPOP uses gold standard approaches and innovative methods to carry out targeted national surveys conduct impact evaluation studies and produce reports on individual attitudes evaluations and experiences The AmericasBarometer survey is the only scientifically rigorous comparative survey that covers 28 nations including all of North Central and South America as well as a significant number of countries in the Caribbean Each year it publishes dozens of high quality academic studies and policy relevant papers Studies by Country Select one of the countries listed below to browse publications technical information and questionnaires Also see a map of countries Albania Argentina Bahamas Barbados Belize Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras Israel Jamaica Madagascar Mexico Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru Suriname Trinidad Tobago United States Uruguay Venezuela Back Home

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  • Living State Physics
    vanderbilt edu shane hutson research htm John Wikswo Publications http www vanderbilt edu viibre wikswo pubs php We now realize that the phenomena of chemical interactions and ultimately life itself are to be understood in terms of electromagnetism Richard P Feynman How SQUIDs Work Magnetic Microscope Image of ALH84001 left taken with the Vanderbilt Ultra High Resolution Scanning SQUID Microscope right News Press Corrosion Martian meteorite At Vanderbilt University Living State Physics merges research at the forefront of physics with exciting and significant biomedical investigations It is an interdisciplinary field that draws upon the tools methods and theories of physics biology engineering and medicine as well as computational physics and non linear dynamics to increase our understanding of biological systems and phenomena Physicists have already made significant contributions to medicine and biology primarily in medical physics which emphasizes the application of radiation to diagnosis imaging and therapy and in biophysics which is concerned largely with the properties and behavior of biological molecules There are however innumerable unexplored biomedical applications of physics Hence the term Living State Physics is both an excellent name for this broad field and an appropriate parallel to the more familiar field of solid state physics which applies numerous techniques and theories to study solids Living State Physics elucidates as no other discipline does living functions and mechanisms biological states and pathological conditions Just as the turn of this century brought rewarding and advancing applications of chemistry to the life sciences today medicine and biology are ripe for the wider application of physics Pharmacology ophthalmology neurology cardiology surgery physical therapy and audiology are examples of medical specialties that can benefit from new understandings gained through Living State Physics Apart from contributing to progress in biology and medicine the knowledge that flows from Living State Physics simultaneously advances

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