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Visualizing Virology

Applications now open to students 

The "Visualizing Virology" program is a dynamic extension of the VI4 Artist-in-Residence Program offered through the Vanderbilt Vaccine Center, specifically designed to engage artists and scientists in the captivating intersection of art, science, and immunology. Through this program, students are offered a unique opportunity to work alongside Briony Marshall, the first artist-in-residence for the program, exploring the visual-spatial skills artists and scientists utilize and developing their artwork inspired by the cutting-edge science of vaccines. In particular, this program explores the power of the human immune system to foster a unique dialogue between artistic creativity and scientific inquiry. This program aims to bring renewed and sustained attention before the next pandemic.

Apply using the link above or reach out ot us through the contact form below. 

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