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2019 Winter Closure Checklist– Cardinal at Work
2019 Winter Closure Checklist
The countdown is on for the winter break, and for the New Year. Before you leave, check out our annual list of year-end reminders. When is the last pay day of 2019? How do you renew your transit passes before your return to work in January? We have all of the important dates in one place.
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BeWell Sharing Wellness Celebration– Stanford BeWell
BeWell Sharing Wellness Celebration
Join us for music, light refreshments, a unique holiday sweater contest and more. Thursday, December 12th from 11:30 - 1:00. Participants are encouraged to bring a donation of canned food or pet supplies.
Tips & Tricks
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Skip the Login Page with Cardinal Key– University IT
Skip the Login Page with Cardinal Key
The future of logins has arrived with Cardinal Key. A triumph of simplicity and security, Cardinal Key lets you skip the Stanford login page entirely while helping to protect your credentials from phishing.
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Niraj Dangoria honored with a 2019 Marsh O’Neill Award– Stanford News
Niraj Dangoria honored with a 2019 Marsh O’Neill Award
Niraj Dangoria, associate dean in the Office of Facilities Planning and Management at the School of Medicine, was one of two recipients of the 2019 Marsh O’Neill Award for Exceptional and Enduring Support of Stanford University’s Research Enterprise
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Through Apple Heart Study, Stanford Medicine researchers show wearable technology can help detect atrial fibrillation
Study shows that Apple Watch app can identify heart rhythm irregularities, which can help catch atrial fibrillation.
- – Research Office Bulletin
Inside the Research Informatics Center
The Research Informatics Center (RIC) helps Stanford investigators access clinical data for research purposes, figuring out ways to analyze the data to obtain answers to scientific questions.
- – Research Office Bulletin
New RMG site adds a powerful grants/fellowships database
The Research Management Group (RMG) has launched a new website that provides faster access to the resources needed to apply for and administer sponsored research projects and to search for funding.
Stanford Medicine News
In the presence of alcohol, a defective version of the aldehyde dehydrogenase 2 gene in human cell cultures and mice leads to biochemical changes associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
MDMA can instill in users an unguarded comfort among even the most unfamiliar of faces but is also prone to abuse. Stanford researchers have driven a wedge between these two aspects of the drug.
Stanford scientist Carla Pugh has spent years developing wearable technologies for surgeons. Her goal: Use data to improve surgical decision-making.
Stanford researchers found that the federal program, which addresses global hunger and food security, led to a nearly 4 percentage point decrease in stunting in children younger than 5 in sub-Saharan Africa.
The default mode network, which controls the brain at rest, does not switch off in children with Type 1 diabetes when they focus on a task, a study led by Stanford scientists has shown.
A surgeon and educator, Goode was also known for the medical devices he invented, excellence in patient care — and magic tricks.