The absence of a signaling molecule produced by the brain’s nerve cells stops the growth of certain brain tumors, according to a recent study by a group of researchers at Stanford’s School of Medicine.
In this edition of Glam Grads, The Stanford Daily met with Glenn Markov, a sixth-year Ph.D. candidate in the School of Medicine’s department of genetics.
In its first official meeting, the 2017-2018 Graduate Student Council (GSC) selected new Council chairs and discussed possible tension within the funding committee.
In its meeting on Wednesday, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) discussed the partial re-do of the election that passed last meeting and its effects on the election of the next GSC, causing members to put a reelection of the “at-large” portion of the ballot back on the table.
A research team at the Stanford School of Medicine has successfully corrected stem cells carrying the gene for sickle cell disease and transplanted the healthy cells into mice.
Stanford Medicine and the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS) announced that they are collaborating to create the first hadron therapy center in the United States.
The School of Medicine conferred its most prestigious award, the Dean’s Medal, to Sean Parker, Ann Arvin M.D. and John Levin on Oct. 24.
Frank Graham Sommer, a professor emeritus of radiology at Stanford’s School of Medicine, died on Oct. 2 at the age of 70. He was best known for work on ultrasound and imaging blood flow in the kidneys.