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October 21, 2014
Inside Stanford Magazine
Shaili Jain, M.D's research work and interview with Paul Costello were recently covered in Inside Stanford.


August 14, 2013
USAToday.com,
--Lead poisoning's impact: Kids suspended more at school
New findings from the University of Wisconsin-Madison show that even children mildly affected by lead poisoning as infants or toddlers run a higher risk of being suspended from school by fourth grade. Hans Steiner, professor of psychiatry of psychiatry, emeritus, at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, provides comment in this article.


May 28, 2013
Stanford Arts Institute
-Music and Medicine: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Beethoven

May 20, 2013
Inside Stanford Medicine
--Performing medicine, May 8 symposium, "A Heaping Dose of Creativity: Medicine and the Arts.


March 28, 2013
Scope
--Sowing the seeds of change: Medical students pen book on leadership, action and social innovation Medical students pen book on leadership and action to guide young adults through the process of effecting positive, sustainable change in their communities. In this Q&A on the medical school's blog, author and Stanford medical student Jennifer Przybylo discusses the book.

March 2013
Medical student Bonnie Chien explores dance, music and the spoken word around the theme of synesthesia in a Bing Concert Hall event featuring The Chocolate Heads Movement Band, directed by Aleta Hayes.

March 2013
Stanford nurse motivates staff and patients with her white board drawings.


January 2013
The Stanford Arts Institute launches Arts Timeline, including the Arts, Humanities and Medicine Program

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