No safety threat at Stanford from July 2014 anthrax shipment
The vial of the substance is being analyzed to determine whether it contained very small quantities of live anthrax spores, but federal officials say the material is unlikely to pose any risk.
John Boothroyd appointed to endowed professorship
John Boothroyd has been appointed to an endowed professorship in immunology at the School of Medicine.
Tool for assessing neighborhood health wins international award
This mobile app, honored by the Center for Active Design, enables citizens to educate city planners about neighborhood impediments to healthy living.
Symposium on how to teach medicine at the bedside set for Sept. 28-29
The event, “Stanford Medicine 25 Skills Symposium 2015: Building Leaders for the Bedside Movement at Your Institution,” is scheduled for Sept. 28-29.
Eben Rosenthal named medical director of Stanford Cancer Center
The otolaryngologist is arriving during the early stages of the Stanford Cancer Initiative, a five-year, multifaceted effort to transform the cancer patient’s experience.
Free symposium on heart-tissue engineering set for May 22
More than a dozen leaders in the field will speak on topics ranging from pluripotent stem cells for the treatment of severe heart failure to 3-D printing of extracellular matrices.
Five medical students named Howard Hughes Medical Institute research fellows
The HHMI Medical Research Fellows will receive one year of mentored, biomedical research training.
Kobilka, Snyder elected to AAAS membership
Brian Kobilka, MD, and Michael Snyder, PhD, will be inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences this fall.
School's website, blog, magazine win AAMC awards
The School of Medicine’s electronic and print communications efforts received high praise from colleagues at peer institutions.
Registration open for Health Matters, a free community event
Set for May 16, Health Matters is free and open to the public and will feature educational programs about health for the entire family.
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