• Scholars receive training awards

    Eleven Stanford scholars have been accepted into programs designed to advance their careers as clinical and translational researchers.

  • Decoding tumor super-suppression

    Stanford scientists have found an answer to one of cancer biology’s toughest and most important questions: How does the body suppress tumors?…

  • Faculty appointed to endowed professorships

    Six faculty members at the School of Medicine have been appointed to endowed professorships, and one has been appointed to an endowed directorship.

  • Open house held for Integrated Strategic Plan

    An open house was held Oct. 3 to solicit ideas and feedback from Stanford Medicine community members on the Integrated Strategic Plan, which will be finalized in 2018.

  • Center on global poverty, development launched

    The Center on Global Poverty and Development will join students and faculty from across the university and connect them with policymakers and business leaders committed to fighting poverty.

  • How parakeet feathers get their colors

    Tracing the genetic process through which parakeets produce either yellow or blue feathers has given Stanford scientists insights that could help them uncover other biochemical pathways.

  • Five researchers receive NIH funding

    Five Stanford scientists are among the 86 nationwide who have received awards from the National Institutes of Health’s High-Risk, High-Reward program.

  • Diversity center opens at medical school

    The Diversity Center of Representation and Empowerment, or CORE, provides a space where any member of the Stanford Medicine community interested in issues of inclusion and diversity can hold meetings or just hang out and study.

  • Speeding up research into rare disease

    A Stanford “lending library” of biological samples and genomic information could accelerate diagnostic and therapeutic research for NGLY1 deficiency and related conditions.

  • Staffer jumps back into research

    A career re-entry grant from the National Institutes of Health has helped a bioengineer return to research after an interruption to care for family.

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