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Life in the MSTP Category

We’re all #MSTPstars!

Dec. 19, 2019—MariaSanta Mangione (M3) made a fantastic cheese plate. Danny Sack (G2) was not in the Eskind Student Lounge for a whole day. Submit your #MSTPstar here

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We’re all #MSTPstars!

Nov. 25, 2019—Jonathan Knowlton (M4) is building cornhole boards for his parents as a Christmas gift! The strangely close G1 class held yet another weekend event. This time they gathered to cook food together. Christiaan Wijers (G2) was in attendance. Submit your #MSTPstar here

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Life in the MSTP – November 2019

Nov. 25, 2019—Josh Thompson (M4) and Amy were thrilled to welcome their son, Theodore James Thompson on October 28th. His big sister, Charlotte, couldn’t be more excited! Congratulations to Connor Beebout (G3) and Dr. Alex Blee on their engagement! The VUSM Deans and Student Wellness Committee invited students to submit artwork for display in the Eskind Biomedical Library...

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MSTPastime: A Love Letter to DollyWood

Nov. 22, 2019—By Elizabeth Moore (G2) I will always love you After working 9 to 5 all day long There is only one place I want to go Plenty of funnel cakes and country song Roller coasters and Christmas lights aglow Up in the mountains a beautiful scene People watching and rides to make you scream Guests...

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We’re all #MSTPstars!

Oct. 30, 2019—Check out Danny Sack (G2)‘s @VanderbiltMSTP Twitter Takeover!   At the American Society of Human Genetics meeting this year, Ayesha Muhammad (G2) had delicious Pakistani food for 75% of her dinners. #geneticsandparathay   Submit your #MSTPstar here

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The Vanderbilt MSTP is on Slack!

Oct. 30, 2019—The Vanderbilt MSTP has created a Slack account (thanks to Kelsey McNew, G3) to serve as a platform for inter-class conversations organized by various interest groups.  Slack consists of many “channels” that students can join. Each channel represents a particular interest group. After joining the channel, the conversations in that channel are visible to its members....

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Life in the MSTP – October 2019

Oct. 30, 2019—James Satoshi LaDue was born to Ayaka Sugiura (G4) and Daniel LaDue on 9/30/19 at 8lb., 13oz. “We love him so much and can’t wait for everyone to meet him :),” says Ayaka!   The VUSM Deans and Student Wellness Committee invited students to submit artwork for display in the Eskind Biomedical Library and Learning...

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MSTPets: Part 13

Oct. 30, 2019—An ode to our furry (and not-so-furry) friends who help us study for anatomy practicals, keep us company while we write our papers and thesis dissertations, and welcome us home after a long shift on surgery. This month features Dr. Mary Philip’s dog, some of our new grants manager, Julie Gannon’s, pets, and a feral cat...

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MSTPastime: An Interview with Simone Herzberg

Oct. 29, 2019—In this new MSTP Newsletter feature, we’ve decided to highlight students’ passions and hobbies, also known as “MSTPastimes.” by Danny Sack (G1) Simone Herzberg (M2) first started playing soccer when she was 5 years old. Her passion for the game led her to start coaching girls and boys clubs while in high school. She continued...

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MSTPets: Part 12

Sep. 30, 2019—by Rachel Brown (G3) An ode to our furry (and not-so-furry) friends who help us study for anatomy practicals, keep us company while we write our papers and thesis dissertations, and welcome us home after a long shift on surgery. This month features an MSTPlant and a doggy MSTPlaydate!       MSTPlaydate: Luna (Nick Petersen,...

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