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Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012

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Football study measures impact of concussions

Concussions are arguably football's most prominent injury and its most mysterious. With the help of the Stanford football team, a group of doctors and neuroscientists is working to quantify the head trauma players sustain.

Photo: of patient Ron Blackwell by Jonathan Rabinovitz.

Researchers find brain region linked to face recognition

A study by Stanford researchers in medicine and psychology could have practical value in treating people who are unable to distinguish one face from another. It also could provide clues to why some of us are better than others at recognizing and remembering faces.

Campus Announcements

  • Faculty Senate meeting devoted to online learning: The agenda of the Oct. 25 Faculty Senate meeting will be almost entirely devoted to the topic of online learning. A panel discussion will feature John Mitchell, vice provost for online learning, and three associate deans responsible for online education in their professional schools: Peter DeMarzo, business, Bernd Girod, engineering, and Charles Prober, medicine. A question-and-answer period will follow their presentation. Read more.
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Stanford computer scientist to share $1.3 million "BIG DATA" research grant . . .

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