Bhatt awarded Rosenkranz Prize
The physician-scientist intends to use the prize money to execute the first multinational microbiome research project focused on noncommunicable disease risk in Africa.
ITI calls for grant applications
Preference will be given to grant applications that are interdisciplinary and that have a disease focus.
Early-career epilepsy grants announced
Juliet Knowles, Megan Wyeth and Christopher Makinson awarded American Epilepsy Society grants.
Video wins top award
The film, which depicts a young neurosurgeon contemplating his impending death, received a Gold Award from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.
Freeman to join School of Medicine leadership
Former director/CEO of VA Palo Alto Health Care System to be senior advisor for clinical affairs at the School of Medicine.
Reproducible research: A hunt for the truth
Researchers write that “reproducibility,” “replicability” and several other terms are not used consistently in scientific communication.
Book, magazine donations sought
The Volunteer Resources Office at Stanford Health Care receives many requests each day from patients and families for magazines and books to help pass the time.
Two elected to National Academy of Sciences
Two professors of microbiology and immunology have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
Falkow receives science medal
The microbiologist conducted pioneering work in learning how bacteria can cause human disease and how antibiotic resistance spreads.
Expanded Ronald McDonald House opens
The new building has 67 private family suites for families who have children hospitalized at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford.
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