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Stanford Medicine 17h
Researchers Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert and Jason Andrews are leading a Stanford Medicine team focused on assessing the crisis inside California's corrections facilities and evaluating strategies to contain the virus.
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Stanford Medicine 21h
Stanford researcher Mary Prunicki discusses how toxic air pollutants can make people more susceptible to COVID-19, why people of color are particularly vulnerable, and how California wildfires could make it all worse.
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Stanford Medicine Aug 7
Congratulations to 's Magali Fassiotto and Reena Parada Thomas! Fassiotto has been named associate dean for faculty development and diversity, and Thomas has been named associate dean for diversity in medical education.
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Stanford Medicine Aug 7
As a Jewish man and a Mexican immigrant, Professor Uri Ladabaum knows what it feels like to be an outsider. Yet, he notes in an essay published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, he has never faced the violence Black Americans do because of their race.
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Stanford Radiology Aug 7
To celebrate the life of Sanjiv Sam Gambhir, an incredible person who touched so many lives in important ways, a memorial service will be held next Friday, August 14th at 9am via livestream. More details to follow.
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Stanford Medicine Aug 6
. researchers are exploring an AI-based robotics system that may help predict and prevent falls in high-risk populations.
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Stanford Children's Aug 5
Although California’s state travel guidance recommends avoiding nonessential travel as much as possible to help slow the spread of COVID-19, that is not possible in every case. 's Yvonne Maldonado, MD, discusses summer travel safety basics.
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Stanford Medicine Aug 6
Wearing a mask can help stop the spread of COVID-19. 
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Stanford Medicine Aug 5
A recently approved technique for radio-frequency ablation treats or prevents problems caused by thyroid nodules, providing an alternative to the surgical removal of the gland.
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Stanford Medicine Aug 5
Researchers Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert and Jason Andrews are leading a Stanford Medicine team focused on assessing the crisis inside California's corrections facilities and evaluating strategies to contain the virus.
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Stanford Medicine Aug 4
"We have to do something to help level the playing field." Stanford Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine Eldrin Lewis () discusses racism and his hopes for future generations of Black physicians and patients.
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Stanford Medicine Aug 3
A team led by Stanford's Krishna Shenoy, Boris Murmann and Jaimie Henderson have shown it's possible to make a wireless device that gathers and transmits accurate neural signals using a tenth of the power required by current wire-enabled systems.
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McKinsey & Company Jul 30
From telehealth to working from home. Lloyd Minor, dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine, explores 5 key ways COVID-19 is shaping the future of medicine:
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Stanford Medicine Aug 3
Two nephrology fellows share a common background—and friendship—through their residencies at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida.
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Stanford Medicine Aug 2
Stanford pediatric hematology experts Mark Wilkes and Kathleen Sakamoto identified a protein that may be an excellent drug target for a rare genetic disease, called Diamond Blackfan anemia, that interferes with how red blood cells form.
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Stanford Medicine Aug 1
Transcript and video: Anthony Fauci, director of , spoke with Dean Lloyd Minor about the challenges posed by COVID-19, the hope for emerging vaccines and treatments, and what’s still unknown about the virus.
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Stanford Medicine Jul 31
Unregulated cell growth seems to be a driver behind the growth of atherosclerotic plaques, changing the traditional view of how plaque forms.
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Stanford Medicine Jul 30
"Never give up. Never give in." In a 2019 interview, U.S. Rep. John Lewis () spoke with Stanford Medicine’s Paul Costello to offer advice to medical students on leadership, ethics and moral identity.
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Stanford Medicine Jul 30
Researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine have discovered that cells infected by viruses or bacteria send out a “don’t eat me” signal to avoid attack by the body’s immune system.
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Stanford Medicine Jul 29
"We choose nonviolent de-escalation strategies—not just because they work but because they are humane." physician Al’ai Alvarez () discusses violence by police, George Floyd's death and safe ways to de-escalate intense situations.
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