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Stanford Report

Aug. 7, 2012

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Researchers get $40 million to study stem cell therapies

School of Medicine Professors Robert Robbins and Judith Shizuru each received $20 million recently from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine to study stem cell therapies for heart failure and a condition known as "bubble boy disease," respectively.

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Program brings international honors students to the Farm

The Stanford Summer International Honors Program was founded six years ago as a collaboration between Stanford and five universities in Mexico. This summer, 95 students from eight countries are enrolled in the program.

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Tour bus protocol eases congestion at Oval's end

A Tour Bus Protocol, implemented in September 2011, is helping to keep the average 26 tour buses that visit Stanford daily from impeding traffic at the top of the Oval, while allowing visitors on Palm Drive to see the university's iconic front door.

Campus Announcements

  • Meet and Greet: The new Stanford Coordinated Care (SCC) clinic is hosting a Meet & Greet Aug. 15 at 1101 Welch Rd., Suite A1, from 5-6 p.m. Dr. Alan Glaseroff and Dr. Ann Lindsay invite you to tour the clinic, meet other members of the team, ask them any questions you may have and get a better understanding of what SCC will do for its patients. For more information, visit the Stanford Coordinated Care website.
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