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  • 1:53:56 Mind-Body Interactions

    Mind-Body Interactions

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    (March 16, 2010) David Spiegel, Stanford Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, discusses hypnosis, the mind, and its therapeutic interaction with the body from helping patients stop smoking to prolonging the lives of cancer pa

  • 1:53:49 Learning and Memory: How it Works and When it Fails

    Learning and Memory: How it Works and When it Fails

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    (March 9, 2010) Frank Longo, MD, PhD, George and Lucy Becker Professor, discusses the intricacy human mind and how different types of memory and memory loss function.Stanford Mini Med School is a series arranged and directed by Stanford's School of Medici

  • 1:52:20 The "Brilliant" Kidney

    The "Brilliant" Kidney

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    (March 2, 2010) Dr. Glenn Chertow, Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Division of Nephrology at Stanford, discusses the functions of the kidney in organizing the body's systems.Stanford Mini Med School is a series arranged and directed by Stanford's S

  • 1:42:45 How the Gastrointestinal System Works and Goes Awry

    How the Gastrointestinal System Works and Goes Awry

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    (February 23, 2010) Jay Pasricha, Stanford Professor of Medicine in Gastroenterology&Hepatology, discusses the human gastrointestinal system and the treatment and research on common diseases of this complicated organ.Stanford Mini Med School is a series a

  • 1:59:30 Breathing, Wheezing and Gasping for Air: Our Respiratory System

    Breathing, Wheezing and Gasping for Air: Our Respiratory System

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    (February 16, 2010) Norman Rizk, Stanford Senior Associate Dean, Clinical Affairs in the School of Medicine, discusses the structure and transport system of the lungs before explaining how medicine is advancing to research and cure common lung disease.Sta

  • 1:48:36 Sounds and Senses: How We Hear and When We Don't

    Sounds and Senses: How We Hear and When We Don't

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    (February 9, 2010) Robert Jackler, Stanford Professor of Otorhinoclaryngology, and Eric Knudsen, Stanford Professor of Neurobiology, explain how the ear works, discuss how new technology is innovating hearing medicine, and explore the principles of functi

  • 1:49:26 Seeing Is Believing

    Seeing Is Believing

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    (February 2, 2010) Carla Shatz, professor of biology and neurobiology at the Stanford School of Medicine, discusses the visual processes of the brain, while Mark Blumenkranz, professor of opthalmology at Stanford Medical Center, focuses on developments in

  • 1:49:09 Vascular Disorders of the Central Nervous System

    Vascular Disorders of the Central Nervous System

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    (January 26, 2010) Michael Marks, Stanford Professor of Radiology, and Robert Dodd, Stanford Assistant Professor in Neurosurgery and Radiology, discuss three pathologies: strokes, aneurisms, arteriovenous malformations.Stanford Mini Med School is a series

  • 1:50:26 The Developing Heart in Health and Disease

    The Developing Heart in Health and Disease

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    (January 19, 2010) Daniel Bernstein, Stanford Director of Cardiology, discusses the evolution of technology and cardiology.Stanford Mini Med School is a series arranged and directed by Stanford's School of Medicine, and presented by the Stanford Continuin

  • 1:53:50 How Technology Gives Insight into Human Anatomy and Disease

    How Technology Gives Insight into Human Anatomy and Disease

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    (January 12, 2010) Geoffrey D. Rubin, M.D., Stanford Professor of Radiology and Diagnostic Radiology, discusses the various radiology technologies, their uses, and the positive changes they are making in medical diagnosis.Stanford Mini Med School is a ser

  • 1:44:46 Global Health Challenges in the 21st Century

    Global Health Challenges in the 21st Century

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    (December 1, 2009) Sherry Wren, course co-director and Professor of Surgery at Stanford, and Michele Barry, Professor of Medicine at Stanford, discuss challenges in global health. Dr. Wren recounts her personal experience working in the Democratic Republi

  • 1:47:20 Healthcare and Health Reform (November 17, 2009)

    Healthcare and Health Reform (November 17, 2009)

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    (November 17, 2009) Alan Garber, Professor of Medicine, of Economic, and of Health Research and Policy at Stanford, discusses many of the important policy questions relevant to the health care reform debate in the United States.Stanford Mini Med School is

  • 1:48:51 The World Outside: A Changing Environment and How It Affects Us

    The World Outside: A Changing Environment and How It Affects Us

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    Dr. Gary Schoolnik discusses cholera from medical, epidemiological, ecological, and economic perspectives, focusing on the links between agricultural practices, particularly the advent of chemical fertilizers, and climate change on cholera epidemics in So

  • 1:49:39 Influenza Viruses and Pandemics

    Influenza Viruses and Pandemics

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    (November 2, 2009) Lucy S. Tompkins, Professor of Medicine and of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford, discusses pandemic influenza in the last century, today, and in the future.Stanford Mini Med School is a series arranged and directed by Stanford's

  • 1:51:48 The World Within Us: Microbes That Help and Harm

    The World Within Us: Microbes That Help and Harm

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    (October 27, 2009) Julie Theriot, Associate Professor of Biochemistry and of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford, discusses the different types of microorganisms present in the human body and their functions, the distinction between disease-causing an

  • 1:47:32 Genomics and Personalized Medicine

    Genomics and Personalized Medicine

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    (October 20, 2009) Michael Snyder, Professor of Genetics and Chair of the Department of Genetics at Stanford, discusses advances in gene sequencing, the impact of genomics on medicine, the potential for personalized medicine. and efforts at Stanford to fu

  • 1:48:38 Insights Into the Brain of an Autistic Child

    Insights Into the Brain of an Autistic Child

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    (October 13, 2009) Richard Dolmetsch, Assistant Professor of Neurobiology at Stanford, discusses the functions of the brain and the nervous system as they relate to autistic disorders.Stanford University:http://www.stanford.edu/Stanford Continuing Studies

  • 1:49:57 Stem Cells&Tissue Regeneration

    Stem Cells&Tissue Regeneration

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    (October 6, 2009) Dr. Jill Helms, Associate Professor of Surgery at the Stanford School of Medicine, discusses developments in stem cell research and the future of regenerative medicine.Stanford Mini Med School is a series arranged and directed by Stanfor

  • 1:43:27 The 3 Rs of DNA: Molecules to Medicine

    The 3 Rs of DNA: Molecules to Medicine

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    (September 25, 2009) Gilbert Chu, Stanford School of Medicine Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry, discusses how DNA works and recombination works, and how these great discoveries are both advantageous and problematic for medicinal treatment.Stanford M

  • 1:11:33 The Physician in Modern Society

    The Physician in Modern Society

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    (September 22, 2009) Abraham C. Verghese MC, MACP, Professor of Medicine and the Stanford University School of Medicine discusses the human side of practicing medicine.Stanford Mini Med School is a series arranged and directed by Stanford's School of Medi

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