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January 5, 2015

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Read on for the latest news and events, and keep up to date on all things DoM via Twitter, Facebook, and our website.

Latest News
At Stanford Cardiovascular Institute’s annual retreat, a glimpse into the future of cardiovascular medicine. Read story
On January 21, Nobel laureate Randy Schekman will give the Medicine Grand Rounds. The title of his talk is "Genes and Disease Associated with Protein and miRA Secretion". Read story

Grand Rounds
Jan. 7: Mentorship in an Academic Enterprise. View event
Jan. 14: The Solitary Pulmonary Nodule: A Pragmatic Approach to Management. View event
Jan. 21: Genes and Disease Associated with Protein and miRNA Secretion. View event

Department Events
Cancer Education Seminar. View event
Hematology/BMT Seminar. View event
Digestive Diseases Clinical Conference. View event

Employee of the Month nominations must be submitted by Jan. 15. View more
Effective Jan. 25, all NIH-supported research that generates large-scale genomic data (>than 100 individual participants), must include a genomic data sharing plan when NIH proposals are submitted, and an Institutional Certification at Just-In-Time. View more
Effective Feb. 1, the IM residency ‘Noon Conference’ schedule will move from its current 12-1pm timeslot to 12:30-1pm for the talk, with 15 minutes at the end (1-1:15) for Q&A.

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