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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Health & Medicine

Stanford inherits twin registry

The Institute for Immunity, Transplantation and Infection at Stanford has adopted twins — well over 1,000 of them — in the form of a registry.

Twin registry

science & technology

Experimental diabetes treatment

An experimental two-in-one shot could, if proven safe and effective in human trials, make it easier for diabetics to control their blood sugar levels.

Medicinal shot

awards

Carnegie Fellow named

Historian Ana Minian has been named a Carnegie Fellow and will use the award to complete a book about restrictions on immigration.


The Dish

Thirty-two accomplished people from across the United States and around the world have accepted an offer of admission for the new cohort of the STANFORD DISTINGUISHED CAREERS INSTITUTE.


FSH Rentals HR Communications

Announcements

  • Share the Good: Help lift the collective spirit of the Stanford community by sharing one or two “good things” you are experiencing while learning, teaching, doing research or working from home through the Share the Good poll. Participants are asked to categorize their chosen good things into one or more groups, including family, pets, fitness, learning new things and helping the community. The poll closes Wednesday. Results will be announced May 18 on ConnectSU. Participants will be entered into a random  drawing for gift cards as thanks for sharing hope and positivity during these difficult times.

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