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Dec 14 2015 | Jerry McNerney Blog
The directors at Stanford and the Palo Alto VA have a significant ask: They are facing mountains of red tape in transferring patient information from the VA to Stanford, where significant resources can be brought to bear in treating the veteran community.
Dec 14 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Last week, Stanford Health Care, in partnership with the Stanford School of Medicine, cut the ribbons to officially open the new Stanford Neuroscience Health Center for outpatient care.
Dec 10 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Coffee changes the brain’s activity.
Dec 10 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Part of the brain could act like a radio, with different stations operating at different frequencies, playing different kinds of music and variously attracting or repelling different “listening audiences.
Dec 9 2015 | Zuora.com
Baba Shiv is the Sanwa Bank, Ltd., Professor of Marketing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. His research expertise is in the area of neuroeconomics, with specific emphasis on the role of neural structures related to emotion and motivation in shaping decisions and experiences.
Dec 7 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Some neuroscience faculty, staff and students got a look behind the scenes of what it’s like to be a scientist in government on Friday from congressman Jerry McNerney, PhD.
Dec 3 2015 | Nature International weekly journal of science
Turquoise killifish genomes help to explain their 'live fast, die young' lifestyle.
Dec 3 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
One of the least understood lasting effects of cancer treatment is a cognitive deficit that some survivors describe as “chemobrain.”
Nov 30 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
In her study, Tsai and her colleagues examined whether cultural values could drive neural responses and preferences for different positive facial expressions – like excited versus calm faces…
Nov 26 2015 | Forbes
At least one study found that 99% of the deals out there really aren’t worth it and the frenzy may be waning due to changes in consumer behavior.

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