Department of Medicine
Sean Wu Receives NIH Director’s Pioneer Award
Sean Wu, MD, PhD, has received one of this year's NIH Director's Pioneer Awards,
which will provide him with $2.5 million in research funds over five years.

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The Department of Medicine's NIH Early Independence Awardee for 2014
David C. Chan, MD, PhD, just received an Early Independence Award
from the National Institutes of Health. This is a relatively new award and it comes with unique perks to put his research career into overdrive from the beginning.

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Diagnosing the Undiagnosed
A pilot program aimed at helping patients with diseases that elude diagnosis was so successful
that the NIH expanded it to several sites across the US. One site is at Stanford, led by Euan Ashley, MD, PhD, and ready to help pediatric and adult patients using several modern medical tools and techniques.

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Marfan syndrome and relatives

Wednesday, November 5, 2014 | 8:00-9:00 AM | Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge, Berg Hall, Rooms B&C

November 5, 2014

David Liang, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular) and, by Courtesy, of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University



Abraham Verghese Interviews with Medscape's Eric Topol
Dr. Abraham Verghese recently sat down with Medscape’s Editor-In-Chief, Eric Topol to discuss his early years, his upcoming book, and his work as both a physician and a writer.

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Dr. Verghese explores the impact of language on health at TEDMED 2014

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Mark Musen receives NIH BD2K grant to establish center for big-data research
On October 9, the National Institutes of Health awarded Mark Musen, MD, PhD,
professor of biomedical informatics research, a four-year, $11 million grant to establish a Stanford-based center of excellence for big-data research.

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