Stanford Pathology in the News
Father-son duo find genetic mishap behind
rare white California poppies
Article in Scope 10k, published by Stanford Medicine
Every spring, Jonathan Pollack's commute to work gets a little brighter and a little oranger. Flanking the roads leading to Stanford's campus, where Pollack works as a professor of pathology, are splashes of the California state flower's famously brilliant hue -- save for a small handful of poppies that are oddly robbed of their color.
"My son, who is a student at Stanford, and I will sometimes head up to campus together, and for a couple years now, we've noticed this odd variation...
By Hanae Armitage
Published on August 14, 2019 in Stanford Scope 10k
Photo credit Alyssa Stevenson