March 22 memorial for Juergen Willmann
The service for Willmann, a radiology professor who died Jan. 8, will take place at Stanford Memorial Church and is open to the Stanford community.
Project to address Syrian refugee crisis
The Stanford Refugee Research Project aims to create a campuswide collaborative of organizations and individuals committed to relief efforts for the refugees.
Imaging program launches seminar series
A seminar series that aims to fosters cross-disciplinary discussions about medicine and disease will begin Jan. 31 with an event led by Douglas Lowy, deputy director of the National Cancer Institute.
Autism research funds awarded
Three Stanford psychiatry researchers have been awarded $2.5 million to investigate patients with autism who also have enlarged brains, a condition known as megalencephaly.
Irving Weissman honored
In 2017, stem cell pioneer Irving Weissman was recognized by multiple organizations.
Aviv Regev to give McCormick Lecture
The computational and systems biologist will give a talk at Stanford titled “Reconstructing circuits — the power of random.”…
News office wins national awards
The Office of Communication & Public Affairs received seven awards in an annual contest sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Three named to National Academy of Inventors
Helen Blau, Stanley Cohen and H. Tom Soh are being honored for their work in creating inventions that have improved the quality of life and welfare of society.
New children's hospital opens Dec. 9
The expansion more than doubles the size of the existing pediatric and obstetric hospital campus. With the new building, the hospital will have 361 beds and can serve more patients than ever before.
Faculty get funding from stem cell agency
Three Stanford faculty members were awarded $6 million to support research into a blistering skin disease, transplanted stem cells and novel ways to grow blood stem cells.
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