After gathering feedback from the campus community, owner Ben Koenig and his team have launched a refreshed menu and expanded catering options.
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3rd Annual Medical & Bioscience Education Day/Stanford Innovations in Medical Education Conference (SIMEC) IV– Stanford University
3rd Annual Medical & Bioscience Education Day/Stanford Innovations in Medical Education Conference (SIMEC) IV
This free event, which will be be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 4, in Li Ka Shing Center, will provide opportunities for skill-building and networking. All members of the Stanford Medicine community are invited to attend.
Take a quick walk on campus and you'll realize that the people of Stanford Medicine come from all over the world and from a host of backgrounds and perspectives. These three captivating conversation portray this diversity.
Small changes reap big rewards in the Department of Pathology
By working together to examine their processes and coming up with plans for targeted improvements, the team has created momentum for ongoing operational transformation.
Balanced diversity creates a strong Research IT team
Research IT, a rapidly growing division within Information Resources and Technology at the Stanford School of Medicine, realized they needed highly diverse teams working together to come up with the best solutions. With time and focus, they made it happen.
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Administrative Professionals' Day is April 24
A little gratitude goes a long way. Take some time to show appreciation for your peers or your staff by sending a digital card. Here's how.
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Digital Health in the Rural American West Improving Population Health – From Anywhere, at Anytime
An interdisciplinary workshop exploring the potential and challenges of deploying digital health technologies more widely in the Rural American West will be held at starting at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, May 13, in Li Ka Shing Center.
Stanford Medicine News
The Stanford-led research tested an approach that allowed women to choose the level pain management they wanted during a cesarean section.
An aspiring surgeon and an aspiring stem cell biologist, both currently medical students at Stanford, are among the winners of this year’s Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans.
Physicist and university provost Persis Drell will be the keynote speaker at this year’s medical school’s graduation ceremony.
Sylvia Plevritis, director of the Stanford Center for Cancer Systems Biology, has been tapped to lead the Department of Biomedical Data Science.
Some viruses sequester antibiotics in the lungs of CF patients, possibly helping drug-resistant bacterial infections develop in the face of large antibiotic doses, a Stanford-led study has shown.
The Stanford Institute for Immunity, Transplantation and Infection will use the grant to try to improve the seasonal flu vaccine by analyzing the human immune system in-depth.