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    VUMC Reporter

  • SENSE Theatre performances of “The Adult School” to be Dec. 2 & 3
    The SENSE Lab, led by Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Professor Blythe Corbett, PhD, is excited to announce the upcoming SENSE Theatre production of The Adult School, a play about a group of reluctant students who do not see the benefit of growing up until they meet a teacher... Read more »
  • Hayman named to lead new Shared Clinical Services Division
    Vanderbilt's Jim Hayman, MS, MBA, has been named to the newly created role of Executive Vice President for the Shared Clinical Services Division.... Read more »
  • Risk score for muscular dystrophy
    An imaging-based risk score can identify patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy who are at greater risk of early mortality, allowing more intensive treatment and potentially prolonging life.... Read more »
  • Lecture honors first executive director of the Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance
    The Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance recently sponsored the Clifton K. Meador MD Inaugural Lectureship with Christopher Lathan, MD, MS, MPH, chief clinical access and equity officer, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, serving as keynote speaker.... Read more »
  • Giving Tuesday gives opportunity to support Vanderbilt Health
    Nov. 29 is #GivingTuesday, a global day of generosity. All donations made will help “Give Patients More Tuesdays” and support the care that takes place at Vanderbilt Health. Visit the link for more information. https://give.vanderbilthealth.org/campaign/giving-tuesday-2022/c432906?utm_source=VUMC&utm_medium=COMMS&utm_campaign=8500-502-0737-_GT22-&c_src=M23BY&c_src2=COMMS_MYVUMC... Read more »
  • Vanderbilt mourns loss of former Rheumatology director Thomas
    James Ward “Tom” Thomas II, MD, former director of Vanderbilt’s Division of Rheumatology and Immunology, died Nov. 16 following a battle with cancer. He was 74.... Read more »
  • Suicide notes
    Natural language processing of notes in electronic health records can identify suicidal behavior and could be used to directly improve real-time risk prediction algorithms.... Read more »





  • A tale of two FTXs
    Good morning! FTX’s lawyers painted a startling picture of the company in a bankruptcy court yesterday. But Sam Bankman-Fried continues to imagine how things could have played out differently.First, a programming note: The newsletter will be taking a break for Thanksgiving, but we’ll be back in your inboxes on Monday.... Read more »
  • Elon Musk’s hardcore playbook
    Good morning! Elon Musk isn’t exactly shy about squeezing the most out of his employees, and at Twitter he’s using approaches he’s already employed at Tesla and SpaceX. Let’s dive in.Is this hardcore?So, you’ve gone ahead and shown about two-thirds of your staff the door. The ones that remain have... Read more »
  • The cloud according to Adam Selipsky
    Good morning! Adam Selipsky runs the world’s strongest force in cloud computing, AWS. When we sat down with him recently, we asked him for his insights on the state of the industry. Let’s dive right in.The cloud according to Adam SelipskyAWS is gearing up for re:Invent, its annual cloud computing... Read more »
  • Judge Zia Faruqui is trying to teach you crypto, one ‘SNL’ reference at a time
    “Cryptocurrency and related software analytics tools are ‘The wave of the future, Dude. One hundred percent electronic.’” That’s not a quote from "The Big Lebowski" — at least, not directly. It’s a quote from a Washington, D.C., district court memorandum opinion on the role cryptocurrency analytics tools can play in... Read more »
  • What to ask your CISO in 2023
    Good morning! Today, we’re turning to the security experts on our Braintrust to find out how you should be thinking about cyber next year. Let’s dive in.What to ask your CISO in 2023 Is your company secure? As Andrew Howard, CEO at Kudelski Security, told Protocol, the answer to that question... Read more »
  • AWS CEO: The cloud isn’t just about technology
    AWS is gearing up for re:Invent, its annual cloud computing conference where announcements this year are expected to focus on its end-to-end data strategy and delivering new industry-specific services.It will be the second re:Invent with CEO Adam Selipsky as leader of the industry’s largest cloud provider after his return last... Read more »
  • Elon Musk, the un-CEO
    Good morning! Elon Musk was in court yesterday with some interesting takes on what it means to be a CEO. Let’s take a closer look at what he said.Elon Musk, the un-CEOElon Musk is CEO of Tesla, Twitter, SpaceX, and The Boring Company. But you shouldn’t think of him as... Read more »




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    University of Michigan News

  • FBI Director Christopher Wray to speak at U-M’s Ford School of Public Policy
    EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT DATE: Friday, Dec. 2, 2022 EVENT: "Josh Rosenthal Education Fund Lecture," delivered by FBI Director Christopher Wray.  Wray will give brief remarks, followed by faculty and student experts posing questions to the director on topics including cybersecurity, civil liberties, domestic violent extremism, and more.   "The FBI is at the... Read more »
  • VideoHigh interest rates, stock market turmoil add to consumer worries
    Consumer sentiment declined 5% below October, eroding about one-third of the overall gain seen since the historic low in June, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers. Buying conditions for durables, which had markedly improved last month, decreased most sharply in November, falling back 19% on the basis... Read more »
  • VideoNew from JWST: An exoplanet atmosphere as never seen before
    NASA's JWST has scored another first in its release of stunning images: a molecular and chemical portrait of a distant world's skies. The telescope's array of highly sensitive instruments was trained on the atmosphere of a "hot Saturn," a planet about as massive as Saturn orbiting a star some 700... Read more »
  • VideoU-M surveys reveals five patterns in consumer responses to inflation
    People are scaling back their spending habits and changing attitudes toward saving and borrowing after a year and a half of high inflation, according to a special report from the University of Michigan's Surveys of Consumers.... Read more »
  • U-M Innovation Partnerships reports 433 inventions, 16 new startups during fiscal year 2022
    The University of Michigan generated 433 new inventions and 16 new startup companies—including genetic data accessibility to internet interfaces for the visually impaired—during fiscal year 2022. U-M startups raised $760 million in capital and continued to make substantial strides in commercialization. One such startup, Genomenon, an AI-driven genomics company, raised... Read more »
  • Qatar World Cup: U-M experts can discuss
    The 22nd FIFA World Cup, featuring 32 nations—the first soccer competition ever held in the Middle East—has been surrounded by controversy since its announcement. From views on LGBTQ rights, alleged corruption in the selection process, the economic impact and the country's treatment of migrant workers, University of Michigan experts are... Read more »
  • VideoA retail tale: U-M experts can comment on Black Friday, Cyber Monday and influence of inflation
    University of Michigan faculty are available to discuss Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, and can offer insight about where the retail industry is heading in the critical fourth quarter with inflation concerns and any lingering supply chain issues. Joanne Hsu is the director of the Surveys of Consumers and... Read more »


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