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…
New center established to study human genome regulation
A $15 million grant was awarded by the National Human Genome Research Institute to establish the Center for the Personal Dynamic Regulomes at Stanford.
Four medical school professors elected fellows of AAAS
Russ Altman, Sanjiv Gambhir, Michael Snyder and William Talbot have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Seed grants available for Ebola-related projects
Stanford faculty, students and staff are eligible for the grants, which must be multidisciplinary in nature and include at least two individuals from different disciplines at the university.
Shapiro receives Pearl Meister Greengard Prize
The annual award celebrates the achievements of women in science.
Five faculty members appointed to endowed professorships
Harcharan Gill, Susan Hintz, Karla Kirkegaard, Albert Koong and Sheri Spunt have been appointed to endowed professorships at the School of Medicine.
Three faculty members elected to Institute of Medicine
Ben Barres, Paul Khavari and Brian Kobilka were among those announced Oct. 20 as new members of the prestigious institute.
Efforts to refine tools for recording brain activity get $1 million boost
The grant was part of $46 million handed out by the National Institutes of Health to support the goals of its BRAIN Initiative.
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