The following are a list of general contacts for Meharry SACS.
Phone: (615) 327-5673
For information about our academic programs and to learn more about applying, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
General Inquiries: email@example.com
Marketing and Communications: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of the Dean: email@example.com
Meharry faculty and clinicians
We provide big data consulting services to help researchers and clinicians develop novel technological and data solutions that empower research and translation of findings to clinical care. To request a consulting service, contact Dr. Ashutosh Singhal, chief data officer and associate vice president, EDA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Businesses and organizations
We look forward to partnering with businesses and organizations from all industries. Dr. Todd Gary, director, community and research development, will work with you to apply our cutting-edge expertise to help solve your most pressing problems and advance your organizational goals. You may contact him at email@example.com or complete this form to begin a conversation about partnering with us.
School of Applied Computational Sciences
3401 West End Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203
Visiting the School’s offices at 3401 West End Avenue.
Students are welcome to use workstations and visit faculty for scheduled appointments.
Where do I park?
Students can access the parking garage via the first entrance off Ackland Avenue and should park in visitor parking. Please DO NOT park in reserved or other marked spaces as the building will have the vehicle towed. Students will need to cover the cost which varies depending on length of stay as it be charged by the hour or $10 for the day.
How do I access the building?
Once you enter the building on the third floor, you will present your student ID to the security officer on duty. Then take the elevator to the 2nd floor (Suite 260) and enter our lobby. If the internal glass door to the Suite is closed, please call (615) 775-0582 for assistance or contact your faculty member.