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20 / 20 Blog Archive

Jun 11 2020 | Posted In: 20/20 Blog, Press
Palo Alto, CA — Despite progressively losing his vision to a genetic retinal degenerative disease, Michael Stone, an athlete and small business owner, is active, optimistic, and determined. He channels his energy into running and biking, teaming up with friends to guide him through these activities...
Jun 8 2020 | Posted In: 20/20 Blog, Press
Palo Alto, Ca — Genetic testing doesn’t always provide a diagnosis, so Vinit Mahajan M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of ophthalmology at Stanford University, has applied proteomics to better understand disease in his patients.  Proteomics is the large-scale analysis of protein expression, and for...
Jun 1 2020 | Posted In: 20/20 Blog
Palo Alto, CA — As research campuses do their part to slow COVID-19 by social distancing and working from home, it is essential that they keep their research laboratories as active as possible. Although the mandate is to limit personnel in labs to essential functions, there are ways to remain...
May 1 2020 | Posted In: 20/20 Blog
  Palo Alto, CA — Mahajan’s surgical team was among the first to perform eye surgery in one of the state-of-the-art operating rooms in Stanford’s new hospital. The 824,000-square-foot hospital was designed as a modern center where prevention, treatment, and cutting-edge therapies play equal roles...
Apr 29 2020 | Posted In: 20/20 Blog
Palo Alto, CA — Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can happen when someone is close to an explosion that sends out powerful shock waves through the air. If someone is in the proximity of an exploding munition, like a land mine, they may not have any visible injuries, but internal, life altering...

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