The Vanderbilt MSTP wants to help celebrate these important events in our students lives!
Rachel Brown (M2) hosted five generations of her Goodpasture MSTP "family" for cornbread, chili, and pie! Participants are: Ayesha Muhammad (M1), Rachel Brown (M2), Cam Bermudez (G1), Ben Fensterheim (G3), Dan Kashima (G4), and Cody Stothers (G1).
Petria Thompson (G1) and Catherine Meador (M4) were elected to the Gold Humanism Honor Society by their peers. The Gold Humanism Honor Society is a community focused on humanistic clinical care, leadership, compassion and dedication to service. It recognizes medical students who promote and exemplify humanistic values in their character and behavior.
Rachana Haliyur (G3) in the lab of Dr. Al Powers received first place in the graduate student category of the poster presentation at Vanderbilt Diabetes Day in November! Diabetes Day was sponsored by the Vanderbilt Diabetes Research and Training Center and the Vanderbilt Center for Diabetes Translation Research and supported by the National Institutes of Health.
MSTP Students and Alumni, do you have an event you would like to share for MSTP Celebrations? Whether your life event is big or small, we want to help you celebrate! Please send a photo and caption to firstname.lastname@example.org. Examples of celebrations could include having a baby, adopting a pet, buying a house, winning an award, traveling to a conference or on a fun vacation, getting engaged or married OR anything that is special and important to you. Since this is a new feature, you may also include events that have happened in the past.