New appointment for Ronald Dalman
In the new role of associate dean for market development, Ronald Dalman will partner with Stanford Health Care business development leadership and others to fulfill regional goals of the integrated strategic plan.
Cullen named senior associate vice provost
In his new role, Cullen will advise on strategy for institutes, independent labs and centers, and review policy and compliance for the universitywide research enterprise.
Air Cube touches down at hospital
The new Stanford Hospital gets its first commissioned piece of art.
Puzzle of mutated gene in Parkinson’s
Why a defective gene is tied so strongly to Parkinson’s disease has baffled researchers. Now, a study led by Stanford scientists appears to have pieced together a major part of the puzzle.
$9.6 million grant to Stanford team
The Stanford project, led by neuroscientists Tony Wyss-Coray and Marion Buckwalter, will focus on the influence of immune factors and systemic inflammation on the brain.
Investigating preeclampsia, heart disease
Stanford researchers will study the connections between preeclampsia in pregnant women and the subsequent risk of atherosclerosis as the women grow older.
Four faculty named to endowed positions
Andra Blomkalns, Gerald Grant, David Kingsley and Crystal Mackall have been appointed to endowed professorships.
New Stanford Children’s Health CEO named
Paul King will become the president and CEO of Stanford Children’s Health in early 2019.
Grant funds cell mapping of colon
Stanford scientists will map the cells of the human colon as part of a larger effort funded by the National Institutes of Health to create an atlas of all the cells in human tissues.
Institute hosts inaugural symposium Nov. 16
The scientific community and public are invited to attend a daylong research symposium highlighting the work of researchers affiliated with the institute. Registration is free.
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