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Monday, January 4, 2021

health & medicine

Severe versus mild COVID-19

Scott Boyd led a study of immune responses to SARS-CoV-2 that associates mild disease with higher levels of antibodies that target the viral spike protein.

Scott Boyd

social sciences

Thinking like Norwegians

Kari Leibowitz’s research about wintertime mindsets in Norway found that positive beliefs and attitudes can make a big difference to overall well-being. 

Kari Leibowitz

social sciences

All eyes on Georgia

Jonathan Rodden talks about the two pivotal Georgia runoffs this week that will determine which party will control the U.S. Senate.

Jonathan Rodden


Ralph Hester has died

Ralph Hester, who co-authored a widely used French college textbook, was dedicated to promoting French Studies in interdisciplinary contexts.

Ralph Hester

The Dish

TARA VANDERVEER earned her 1,099th career victory during the break, becoming the winningest coach in women’s basketball history.

Tara VanDerveer

Stanford Continuing Studies Bio-x PhD Fellowship applications


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