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    State of Stanford Medicine

    At the annual assembly, Stanford Medicine leaders reflected on achievements and looked ahead to future plans, including the upcoming opening of the new Stanford Hospital.

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  • – Research Office Bulletin

    New RMG site adds a powerful grants/fellowships database

    The Research Management Group (RMG) has launched a new website that provides faster access to the resources needed to apply for and administer sponsored research projects and to search for funding.

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    New Stanford Medicine IT Group Launches

    The School of Medicine Information Resources and Technology (IRT) team and the Stanford Health Care Information Technology (IT) team have come together to form Stanford Medicine Technology and Digital Solutions (TDS).

  • – Cardinal at Work

    New training requirement for non-supervisors

    Per California Senate Bill 1343, starting in 2020, all post docs and non-supervisory employees, including academic staff, other teaching titles and contingent staff will be required to complete Sexual Harassment Prevention Training every two years. The university is offering the option to complete the training this fall, which will fulfill the 2020 training requirements.

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    Stanford Cancer Institute Innovation Award Recipients

    In keeping with its core mission, the SCI offers seed grant Innovation Awards to support bold and creative projects focused on the acceleration of basic, translational, clinical and population-based cancer research, and projects focused on specific types of cancer, such as pancreatic, breast and gynecologic cancers. The SCI recently announced eleven recipients of SCI Innovation Awards for funding beginning in September 2019.

  • Dean’s Lecture Series: Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO, AARP

    Join Dean Lloyd Minor and Jo Ann Jenkins for a fireside chat on Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 11:45–12:45 pm in Berg Hall, Li Ka Shing Center.

  • Working Parents & Allies Employee Resource Group (ERG) launches

    Kick off events will take place on Aug. 20, Aug. 26, and Aug. 28. Come to one or all. Everyone is invited.

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