Stanford Institute for Immunity, Transplantation and Infection awards seed grants
The seed grants were awarded for interdisciplinary research projects that involve monitoring immune system activity.
Seed grants aim to jump-start Ebola research
Four teams have been awarded seed grants to develop new treatments and diagnostics, and to map social and ecologic factors of the epidemic to help prevent future outbreaks.
Alpha Omega Alpha association at Stanford elects new members
The Stanford association of a medical honor society recently elected 12 new members, including faculty, staff and residents.
Two faculty members appointed to endowed professorships
Eduardo Chichilnisky was appointed the John R. Adler Professor, and Peter Kim was appointed the Virginia and D.K. Ludwig Professor of Biochemistry.
Sleep center recognized for expertise on restless legs syndrome
The Willis-Ekbom Disease Foundation has designated the Stanford Sleep Medicine Center a quality care center.
Dean's Lecture Series will bring leaders in various fields to campus
The initial lectures will focus on diversity. The series kicks off on Jan. 23 with Rosalind Hudnell, chief diversity officer at Intel Corp.
Pulmonary hypertension program named one of best in nation
Stanford's program been accredited as a comprehensive care center by the Pulmonary Hypertension Association.
Napster co-founder gives $24 million to launch allergy research center at Stanford
The new center will aim to help researchers better understand all types of allergic conditions and develop lasting cures for them.
Stanford part of $200 million effort to improve health-care delivery
The Clinical Excellence Research Center at Stanford has identified features of primary care practices that lead to high-quality, patient-centric care at lower-than-average costs.
Dean's town hall set for Dec. 15
The meeting with the dean will include updates on the future of cloud-based collaboration and the Campaign for Stanford Medicine…
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