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Elise Vandersteen Bailey

Elise Vandersteen Bailey
Elise is VLCM's Foundation Specialist. She handles the blog, social media, and emails and is the main contact for all things VLCM Foundation. She has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Utah's College of Health in Exercise and Sports Sciences with a minor in Sociology focusing on Health and Medicine. Elise is continuing her education at the University of Utah through a dual degree graduate program, studying Health Policy in the Master of Public Policy program and Health Systems Research in the School of Medicine's Population Health Sciences PhD program.
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Recent Posts


Our Donations Fund High-Risk, High-Reward Science at HCI

We were so lucky at last month's tournament to be able to hear from some people about Huntsman Cancer Institute and what our donations mean for them. First, we heard from Randy Jorgensen, who is a...


8 Things You Should Know About VLCM Foundation

1. All monetary and goods donations to VLCM Foundation are tax deductible.

Because VLCM Foundation has been designated by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. If you itemize your taxes,...


Guide to the 2019 Huntsman Golf Classic

So you’re interested in the golf tournament. Or, maybe you’ve already registered. What now? Here’s your quick guide to how the tournament works, complete with photos from past tournaments.


#ThrowbackThursday Golf Tournament Video

In 2017, we had this cool little video made that explains a little bit about our golf tournament and why we started doing it. You'll hear from a broad range of people and get the chance to see the...


Huntsman Cancer Foundation and VLCM Foundation Golf Tournaments Merge Under VLCM Foundation's Direction

Huntsman Cancer Foundation has asked VLCM Foundation to take over management of its Huntsman Golf Classic--a proposition which we've gladly accepted. We've chosen to merge the Huntsman Golf...


HCI and U Researchers Help Create Genetic Database to Aid Doctors

Recently, Huntsman Cancer Institute and University of Utah researchers Sean Tavtigian and David Goldgar were involved in a global project to compile as much data as possible on variants of two genes...

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