Stanford’s Laboratory for Cell and Gene Medicine (LCGM), the university’s first manufacturing facility specifically designed to adhere to the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA’s) current good manufacturing practices (CGMPs), opened this month in Palo Alto. This recent partnership between the Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health is dedicated towards developing biological products for phase-1 and phase-2 clinical trials.
In the midst of ongoing controversy over former Stanford student Brock Turner’s six-month jail sentence for sexual assault, a group of 53 recent graduates of Stanford Law School (SLS) have come forward with an open letter to SLS’s Frederick I. Richman Professor of Law Michele Dauber that criticizes Turner’s lenient sentencing but at the same time urges Dauber to reconsider her efforts to recall Judge Aaron Persky ’84 A.M. ’85.
Every Thursday over lunch, AFRICAAM 31: “RealTalk: Intimate Discussions about the African Diaspora” brings together 10 students with diverse faculty to discuss topics related to race and representation.
“I really enjoyed walking the Dish,” said Grant Timmerman, a veteran hacker from the University of Washington (U-Dub) and organizer of DubHacks. The group erupted in laughter after his comment.
Researchers from Stanford’s School of Engineering have launched a database project funded by the Knight Foundation that aims to address confrontations between police and minority communities in the Unites States.
The Faculty Senate convened for the first time this year on Thursday, Jan. 21 and reviewed the transformation of undergraduate education at Stanford, raising questions about diversity, mental health and integrated curriculum.
The Stanford Cancer Institute (SCI) and SRI Biosciences, a division of the independent research center SRI International, are partnering up to enhance drug development efforts in response to a lack of innovative new treatments for cancer and other diseases.
Highlighting professor in otorhinolaryngology Robert Jackler’s research, the Stanford School of Medicine’s Health Policy Forum held a discussion about electronic cigarettes on Monday, Oct. 26. Jackler’s work has focused on whether or not electronic cigarettes (e-cigs) are truly effective in helping smokers quit and why there has been a significant rise in teen use.
Lytics Lab’s newly launched “Year of Learning,” is a year-long initiative to examine how learning has occurred at Stanford in the past, how it takes place now, and what it will look like in the future.