Enrollment in the introductory computer science (CS) course CS106A has exceeded 660 students for autumn quarter 2011, a record high for all courses in the CS Department and a continuation of the class’ enrollment growth, which has been accelerating since 2007. Mehran Sahami B.S. ’92 M.S. ’93 Ph.D. ’99, associate professor in computer science and…
A new three-year, $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has revived the School of Medicine’s Health Careers Opportunity Program.
A $2.3 million grant this fall from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) is the most recent installment of stem cell research money poured into Stanford labs.
With its 35th anniversary around the corner, the Center for Teaching and Learning is gearing up to celebrate its work at Stanford.
With flu season now underway, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine are exploring vaccines for influenza infection, commonly known as the flu, more than ever before.