Bill Snyder writes for the Vanderbilt Medical Center’s Office of News and Communications, assists in its media relations effort, and contributes to the Research News @ Vanderbilt website developed by the University’s Division of Public Affairs. He was founding editor of Lens, the Medical Center’s research magazine that was succeeded in February 2011 by Research News @ Vanderbilt. Snyder also works with Associate Vice Chancellor for Research Susan Wente, Ph.D., to help implement strategies for communicating the Medical Center’s Research Enterprise. Snyder has more than 20 years of daily newspaper experience, with a specialty in health care reporting. For most of those years, he worked for the Nashville Banner, an afternoon newspaper that closed in 1998. He also worked for The Patriot Ledger in Quincy, Mass., and The Tennessean in Nashville. A graduate of Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree in biology, Snyder was assistant information officer at Stanford University Medical Center before joining the Banner staff in 1980.
This blog post originated as a press release from Vanderbilt University Medical Center. A report by researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center has shattered conventional wisdom about how cells, including MORE