National Library of Medicine (NLM) T15 Training Conference

Hosted by Stanford University, June 21-23, 2023

INFORMATION

Partner Accommodations:

Crowne Plaza

Map to Crowne Plaza from Li Ka Shing Knowledge and Learning Center

Seventy rooms have been blocked for the NLM Conference (details below).

RESERVATIONS 

  • Reservations from 6/21-6/23 can be made by calling the hotel directly at 888-565-6158, or online at Stanford: 2023 NLM T15 Conference. To make online reservations, just type in the three letter group code to receive the special group rate. Your three-letter code is: STA
  • Reservation cut-off date is Monday, May 21, 2023.
  • Room types:
    1 King Bed Standard, (30 total) $219/night
    2 Queen Beds Standard, (40 total) $219/night 

 

The Cardinal Hotel

Map to The Cardinal Hotel from Li Ka Shing Knowledge and Learning Center

Thirty rooms have been blocked for the NLM Conference (details below).

RESERVATIONS

  • Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at (650) 323-5101, or online at Cardinal Hotel Booking
  • Reservation cut-off date is Monday, May 21, 2023.
  • Guests that book will have a 48-hour cancellation policy
  • Room types:
    Standard Queen, (8 total) $289/night
    Standard King Room, (8 total) $309/night
    Standard 2 Doubles, (4 total) $339/night
    Shared Bath Style Room, (10 total) $149/night

 

Additional Nearby Accommodations:

The Stanford Hotel

Map from The Stanford Hotel to Li Ka Shing Knowledge and Learning Center

The Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel

Map from The Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel to Li Ka Shing Knowledge and Learning Center

Location of NLM 2023 N15 Training Conference: Li Ka Shing Center (LKSC), Stanford University

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