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  • – Surgery

    Dr. Ling Awarded NIH Grant to Study Right Ventricle Dysfunction in Peds

    Bruce Ling, PhD was awarded a grant from NIH to study right ventricle dysfunction in pediatric patients. The almost $200,000 in funding will support his project: An automated system to interpret echocardiography to predict adverse outcomes in patients with right ventricular dysfunction in daily hospital practice.

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    Dr. Hyun Receives ASAF Fellowship Research Award

    Dr. Jeong Hyun has received the American Surgical Association Foundation (ASAF) Fellowship Research Award.

  • – Surgery

    Two Faculty Accepted into KL2 Program

    The Stanford Clinical Translational Science Award (CTSA) Program has accepted Drs. Stephanie Chao and Clifford Sheckter into the KL2 Mentored Career Development Program.

  • – Surgery

    Hail to the Chief - James Dunn, MD

    his article is part of a series of interviews with Stanford Surgery faculty who were, are, or will be presidents of surgical societies. Dr. James Dunn is Chief of the Division of Pediatric Surgery and will be sworn in as the President of the Pacific Association of Pediatric Surgeons in September at their annual meeting.

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    4 Projects Awarded Seed Grant Funds

    Four projects have been awarded seed grant funds as part of the Department's Seed Grant Program including Dr. James Wall.