Category: MVTCP Events

VICC Medical Scientist Training Program Hosts Kunle Odunsi, MD, PhD for Flexner Discovery Lecture

Dr. Kunle Odunsi, MD, PhD,a new member of the Meharry Vanderbilt Tennessee State Cancer Partnership (MVTCP) Program Steering Committee, will present at the upcoming Flexner Discovery Lecture, hosted by theVanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (VICC) Medical Scientist Training Program. Dr. Odunsi is the Director of the Comprehensive Cancer Center, Dean for Oncology, and AbbVie Distinguished Service Professor

22nd Annual MVTCP Symposium

On Saturday, February 25, the Meharry-Vanderbilt-Tennessee State University Cancer Partnership (MVTCP) hosted the 22nd Annual MVTCP Symposium entitled “Cancer Health Disparities: From Bench to Bedside to Community.”  Faculty members from Meharry Medical College, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Tennessee State University, and members of the Nashville community joined together at Meharry’s West Basic Sciences Building to

Spring 2022 Genomics and Personalized Medicine Seminar

Please join for the final presentation of the spring 2022 Genomics and Personalized Medicine seminar next week. Jeffrey N. Weitzel, MD Vice President of Medical Affairs, Hereditary Cancer, Natera Professor, Latin American School of Oncology “Addressing global implementation of genomic cancer risk assessment – Lessons learned in Latin America” May 3, 2022 2-3PM Please click

Blood Drive Urgent Needs

Due to the pandemic, there is a critical shortage of blood and blood products. The American Red Cross reports that individual donations and blood drives held by businesses and organizations are down drastically. To help, VUMC employees and the surrounding community can donate blood at one of the twice-weekly American Red Cross blood drives across

Important Notice: Lung Cancer Screening

Lung cancer screening can save your life! View the Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s VUMC Lung Cancer Screening Infographic to find more information on lung cancer, lung screening eligibility criteria, and related resources. Please share this infographic with colleagues and community to increase awareness about the importance of getting screened. For more information visit: