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Oct. 23, 2012

Photo: New Freidenrich Center will help streamline clinical research

Freidenrich Center will help streamline clinical research

The Medical Center officially opened the Jill and John Freidenrich Center for Translational Research last week. The three-story, 30,000-square-foot building on Welch Road is a state-of-the-art facility for designing and conducting human-subject clinical trials.

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Heart transplant social worker is all-purpose fixer

For more than 30 years, Mary Burge, pediatric heart transplant social worker at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, has attended to just about every non-medical issue that comes up while preparing for and recovering from the procedure.

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Engineering Venture Fund going strong decades later

A fundraising inspiration launched in 1985 led to the Stanford Engineering Venture Fund, a remarkable partnership between the venture capital community and the Stanford School of Engineering that is still going strong today.

Campus Announcements

  • Food Summit 3 - Public Forum: Stanford School of Medicine's Food Summit 3 takes place tomorrow, Oct. 24. The daytime program, which is targeted at Stanford researchers, community food activists and foundation and government officials, is pretty full. However, there are plenty of seats available for the evening program, which is open to the general public and features author and food activist John Robbins. The evening event takes place at Memorial Auditorium from 7-9 p.m. Register here.
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The BAY AREA SCIENCE FESTIVAL kicked into full gear this week. Find out about Stanford-sponsored events and which Stanford researcher will be a SCIENCE SUPERHERO . . .

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