Mechanism underlying ‘workaholic’ heart
A study led by Stanford Medicine researchers shows why so many mutations associated with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a heart disorder, alter a key constituent of muscle cells in a way that makes it work overtime.
New endowed positions named
Teri Longacre, John Sunwoo and Roeland Nusse receive endowed appointments.
$10 million pledge for bioscience students
The funds from the Blavatnik Family Foundation will provide permanent support for five students enrolled in the Stanford Biosciences.
Communications office wins 4 awards
The awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education recognized the writing, photography and videography produced by the office in 2017.
Teams are taking part in a Stanford competition to train virtual musculoskeletal models with a prosthetic leg to walk and run.
Strong minds, strong bodies, hard hats
Construction workers at the new Stanford Hospital practice yoga together twice a week.
New leadership at children’s health foundation
Cynthia Brandt Stover, who led the Smithsonian Institution’s first-ever comprehensive fundraising campaign, will lead a 98-member staff at the foundation.
Longtime employees honored
A School of Medicine lab technician and maintenance person were recognized for 45 years of employment at the university during the Cardinal at Work Celebrating Staff Careers event.
Interactive map of Redwood City campus
The map shows office building occupants by floor and key campus amenities.
Grant awarded to study heart disorder
The American Heart Association awarded Stanford researchers $5 million to develop decision-making tools for patients with atrial fibrillation.
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