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Stanford specialists are part of a program that helps teach young children how to use their newly implanted cochlear devices to listen and speak, regardless of where they live.
A freshwater prawn is a petite bottom-feeder that can fit in the palm of most people’s hands. To snails, however, it might as well be Jack the Ripper.
A Russian delegation learned how the Center for Advanced Pediatric and Perinatal Education uses simulations to prepare health-care professionals for managing emergencies in the delivery room...
The Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Clinic at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital has earned a specialty designation for its expertise in treating children with the often-complex disorder.
A new workshop offers Stanford medical trainees valuable instruction to help them handle challenging oncology and end-of-life discussions with clarity and compassion.
Leonard Herzenberg, a longtime Stanford geneticist who died Oct. 8, was remembered at a memorial event Dec. 5.
Beginning Dec. 9, a section of Welch Road between South Pasteur Drive and Campus Drive will be closed to traffic for approximately four months.
A memorial for William Creger, MD, professor emeritus of medicine, is scheduled for 4 to 8 p.m. Dec. 20 at the Stanford Faculty Club.
Gary Shaw, DrPH, professor and associate chair of pediatrics at Stanford, has received three research grants totaling approximately $12.5 million.
The debate on stem cell research was taken out of the classroom and into a professional setting when over 150 senior high school biology students gathered at the MaRS Collaboration Auditorium for...