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Maldonado-Knapp graduated from Stanford Medical School where she was recognized with High Honors for her work in medical immunology research.
00 Hardcover RB111 David Korn (emeritus) recalls creating a new pathology department at Stanford Medical School in this year's memoir article.
Paul Heidenreich, an associate professor of medicine at Stanford Medical School and chair of the American Heart Association panel issuing the policy statement.
I was so excited by [the Poole-Tyack team's] ability to document the mimicking phenomenon because we had suspected it for some time in our own elephant-vocalization studies," comments Caitlin O'Connell-Rodwell of the department of otolaryngology at Stanford Medical School, where she does research on elephant communication.
A 1992 Stanford Medical School study reported a "marked decrease in activity of "all anti-infective factors" in microwaved human breast milk, which would imply that the milk lost its immune-fighting properties.
Irv Weismann, MD, a professor at the Stanford Medical School and chairman of the National Academy of Sciences panel on human reproductive cloning, isn't optimistic about its chance of success.
As for doctors, Don Bunce, who helped lead Stanford to a Pac-8 championship and the 1972 Rose Bowl, is a graduate of the Stanford Medical School and works as an orthopedic surgeon at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation.
He won the Stanford Medical School graduate teaching award in 2000 and is a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.