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Colleagues, friends and supporters gathered at the LKSC bookstore on April 29 to congratulate Julieta Gabiola and her co-author Thom Mansen on the release of their new textbook, "Patient Focused Assessment: The Art and Science of Clinical Data Gathering." »

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Department Faculty Meeting

Time: May 4 2015 @ 12:00 PM

Location: Alway M114

Online: BlueJeans Virtual Meeting

Upcoming Events

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Frontiers in Cardiovascular Science

Hematology/BMT Tuesday Seminars

Hematology/BMT Didactic Seminar

Digestive Diseases Clinical Conference

Endocrine Grand Rounds

Department of Cardiovascular Medicine and the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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In the News

"Stanford genome study eyes super athletes" - Stanford researchers are recruiting elite athletes to study which genes could be used to make humans healthier. Euan Ashley is featured.

ABC 7 News

"Dialysis plus do not resuscitate – not a contradiction" - In this commentary, Glenn Chertow and Emilee Wilhelm-Leen argue in favor of advance care planning for dialysis patients.

JAMA Internal Medicine

"Induced pluripotent stem cells" - In this viewpoint, Joseph Wu and Kitch Wilson explore the possibilities and challenges of induced pluripotent stem cells.

JAMA Current

"Everybody dies - just discuss it and agree on what you want" - This blog post features a video about the Stanford Letter Project, which was launched by VJ Periyakoil.

Scope Blog

"Genetically modified fears: Are GMOs OK to eat?" - Chris Gardner weighs in on the GMO debate.

Job Opportunities

Google Search Health Editorial Committee: Member

The Google Search Health Editorial Committee is looking for physicians to assist with compiling, curating, and reviewing medical information in their free time. In addition to ensuring accuracy, physicians would help make technical information more accessible to a general audience. The position is remote, and requires a minimum time commitment of 2 hours/week for 10 weeks, with the option to increase involvement if desired. If interested, fill out the application form and submit your CV to

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