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April 10, 2021

Stanford Cancer Center's Patient Education Symposium will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2021! We hope to be able to host the event in person but if not then we look forward to delivering the same valuable content and great talks via Zoom.

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Biomedical Innovations Building

This fall, the Research Division is moving into a new home base on the basement and first floors of the brand-new Biomedical Innovations Building (BMI). The new building features open-plan wet labs with state of the art equipment, as well as useful dry lab space for computation, research, and data analysis. We are saying goodbye to the Edwards Building in the original Stanford Hospital, a hub of growth and success for the Department over the past decades. But with the BMI building right beside Edwards, we are looking forward to staying close to our roots while pushing towards new heights in all things Otolaryngology — Head & Neck surgery research related.

New Website Live

We released a new website for the Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss (SICHL). SICHL identifies the fundamental mechanisms by which the inner ear functions and uses this information to develop novel approaches toward preventing damage, repairing and one day replacing damaged inner ear tissue.

The website hightlights our extensitve research in the area of the hearing loss and 26 cutting-edge projects funded by SICHL.



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