Event will focus on compassion in health care
A Nov. 1 panel discussion featuring Dean Lloyd Minor, Charles Prober, Dale Beatty and Mickey Trockel will examine strategies for fostering compassion in health care.
Diabetes center gets $7.7 million
With the grant, Stanford joins 16 other federal research centers across the country dedicated to the prevention and treatment of diabetes.
Two professors elected to medical academy
Howard Chang and Tirin Moore are among the 70 new members and 10 new international members announced Oct. 16 by the academy.
Scholars receive training awards
Eleven Stanford scholars have been accepted into programs designed to advance their careers as clinical and translational researchers.
Faculty appointed to endowed professorships
Six faculty members at the School of Medicine have been appointed to endowed professorships, and one has been appointed to an endowed directorship.
Sickle cell anemia treatment nears trial
The grant will be used fund work that needs to be done before asking the Food and Drug Administration to sign off on the potential treatment as an investigational new drug.
A father’s quest to help his daughter
The annual Medicine X symposium included presentations from researchers, patients, providers, designers, technologists and policy leaders.
Spectrum debuts revamped website
Content and navigational enhancements to the site are designed to help clinical and translational researchers locate mission-critical information, experts, scientific resources and forms.
Darnall funded for pain management study
The Stanford pain psychologist will evaluate the effectiveness of behavioral training to help people with chronic pain reduce their use of opioids.
Expect the unexpected, new students advised
The Stanford internist spoke with Dean Lloyd Minor about medicine, empathy and physician burnout at an event for incoming students.
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