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143-year-old institution draws broad-spectrum academic and polyglot Berliner as its next leader.
It will be an exacting decision process, supported by Spencer Stuart and grassroots input.
Ventures, partnerships accelerate VUMC lifesciences, plus VUMC and VU's independent commercialization programs.
Mayor Briley maker-manufacturer initiatives, capital raises aplenty and more.
[Updated] The campus newco is keeping open the option of raising outside capital.
'Erosion' in TN investment? Major IT and software cos' raises, TN fund recruiting, startup updates and more.
Frontier Capital, Petra Capital, TextRequest, CEAdvisory raise, Pharos Cap, VU Med Innovators, MDSave.
[updated] Health:Further, Ingram, Case, McWhorter, DART Music and DATAFlyte raises, SeedHatchlings and more.
[updated] Veterans of Summit, Accel, Facebook, TPG, Tech Crossover, GS and others on BoT.
[Updated] Team says rapid Angel-investor enlistment is one reason this is a 'W' for region's LifeSciences
The local shortage of computer science, other engineering talent oft-cited, while recruiters swarm.
[updated] 12-year-old interactive marketing and software company gets new chief.
The past two FY's have seen VU IP embedded in startups in several sectors.
[update] There'll be plenty of interest on-campus and off- for this job.
New CEO and founding chairman are apparently planning an aggressive push.
Founder on a mission sees world of opportunity, with a dash of charlatanism, here and there.
A zealous, hard-working entrepreneur is the champion of Marathon Motors' history
[updated] Protecting personal health information resident in electronic medical records is startup's timely focus.
[Updated] President Aylward said he believes the market is now coming more in MedCenterDisplay's direction
Vanderbilt University Medical Center fights readmissions, teams with Institute and major process outsourcer on outpatient healthcare
President James Stover says company has good talks with potential strategic partners
Carmichael's long-standing network won him an early taste of cross-border startup
Former IBM Canada prez says VU's 'institutional will' gives him confidence
A true startup leader, investment pros and others are aboard for the continuing relaunch
Gleanings from Tennessee media touching upon life-sciences issues and opportunities
Startup Tennessee gets operations staff, a tech exec volunteers in Uganda, $ for GOBA and more
Watching a TNInvestco watcher, Scripps Interactive, Harbert, Solidus, Fresenius, key hires and more.
To be the seat of innovation in healthcare delivery, Nashville must attract new capital and novel ideas
An overhaul of Tennessee connections, communications and capital is prerequisite to strong gains in commercialization
' Overhaul and investment ' could lead to accelerated enterprise development from VU research and development
[updated] Research, development and commercialization news from VU heightens Nashville profile on nation's intellectual map
JumpStart's 'brightest'... EmergeMemphis' 45 startups.. Haslam-Hagerty gameplan... David Wilds in cap raise.. Blackstone venture aid...
Further signals of increasing emphasis on pursuit of opportunities in translational research and tech transfer, commercialization
Two pharmas are already aboard and other allies for accelerating drug development may be in-the-offing
Headhunters dispatched to find executives to breathe further life into Chancellor Zeppos vision of unity
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Health care organizations' performance improvement is focus of seed-stage startup by VUMC faculty member
TSU, Vanderbilt, and local business and government may seek to replicate Memphis' initiative in the Capital City
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Departure from Vanderbilt was always in the cards, but university has now launched a review for possible conflicts of interest
At left, Dr. Harry Jacobson
[Updated] At the end of an intensive week of meetings here, the CEO of the proposed trade center says a competing NYC group offered has made overtures
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