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Health Policy Forum | Suicide in America: Death in despair– Stanford Events
Health Policy Forum | Suicide in America: Death in despair
Nationally recognized scholars share their perspectives on what can be done to prevent this tragedy: Monday, February 25, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m., at the Clark Auditorium.
As part of the Year Up "founding class" at Stanford, SoM interns will work with the IRT Provisioning and tech bar teams. Year Up helps motivated young adults who lack opportunities develop the skills needed for meaningful careers.
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Science, Technology and Medicine Summer Program
Applications from high school and college students are being accepted through Friday, March 1, for the Stanford Science, Technology and Medicine Summer Program.
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15th annual Wellness Fair
“Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Wellness!” and you can enjoy free activities and giveaways, healthy food samples, dogs to pet, and more on March 21, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation.
- – Stanford Running Club
Eighth Annual Dish Race takes place Sunday, February 24
Whether you're a competitive runner or just want a fun workout, you're invited to register for the Dish Race 2019, a 3.25 mile fun run through the Dish trail.
Stanford Medicine News
The Rockefeller cell biologist and geneticist will give a talk at Stanford titled “Telomeres and the DNA damage response.”…
Researchers at Stanford have created an algorithm that, guided by previous research, lays out the DNA sequences most likely to align with antimicrobial properties.
Stanford researchers found that medical trainees spent an average of 5.38 hours — or nearly half of a 12-hour work day — in front of a screen.
Life expectancy grows when there are more primary care physicians in the field, yet their numbers are shrinking as medical students saddled with debt turn to more lucrative fields, according to a study led by researchers at Stanford and Harvard.
An antibody to a protein on blood-forming stem cells may allow bone marrow transplants without the need for chemotherapy and radiation, according to a Stanford study.
A nurse-scientist at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford has discovered a passion for science, and advocates for bringing the nursing perspective into clinical research.