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At new hospital, art and nature aim to benefit healing– Stanford Medicine
At new hospital, art and nature aim to benefit healing
The new Stanford Hospital includes four acres of outdoor gardens, floor-to-ceiling windows in every patient room, and more than 400 works of original art.
Kick off events will take place on Aug. 20, Aug. 26, and Aug. 28. Come to one or all. Everyone is invited.
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Starting Sept. 1, the MDM enrollment process will begin when you first activate a new Stanford-provided iPhone.
Children with autism are often less motivated to communicate, but there’s a technique that enables parents of these children to find ways to encourage speech. In the Aug. 19 issue of Inside Stanford Medicine, read about the latest Stanford research on the therapy.
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Medical school awarded $53 million to improve translational medicine
The Stanford School of Medicine has received a five-year, $53 million grant renewal from the Clinical and Translational Science Award Program.
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Information Security Office issues cybersecurity alert
ISO is alerting the community about how to protect themselves following the Capital One data breach and to be aware of a surge in email scams.
Inside Stanford Medicine highlights drug for rheumatoid arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis patients who failed to get pain relief from existing therapies saw substantial improvement in a clinical trial of an experimental drug. In the Aug. 5 issue of Inside Stanford Medicine, read what the Stanford investigator who led the trial has to say.
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Weissman and Johns Hopkins’ Bert Vogelstein will share the 2019 Albany Medical Center Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research for discoveries in stem cell and cancer biology.
The new center, funded by a $7.1 million award from the National Human Genome Research Institute, will collect and share research on the ethical, legal and social implications of genomics.
Stanford researchers blocked a molecule to help restore neurons in rats in which the flow of fresh blood to the brain was reduced. The approach could lead to new treatments for people who have suffered a stroke or cardiac arrest.
The new Stanford Hospital values the restorative qualities of art and nature. It includes four acres of outdoor gardens, floor-to-ceiling windows in every patient room and more than 400 works of original art.
Michele Barry, Andra Blomkalns and Jeffrey Goldberg have been appointed to endowed professorships.
Strokes often have a devastating impact on our hands. Now, Stanford researchers are collaborating on a vibrating glove that could improve hand function after a stroke.