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Say Cheese: A photo shoot with Stanford Medicine’s seven Nobel laureates

What happens when you gather together seven Nobel laureates for a photo shoot? This may sound like the start of a good joke, but it's actually just an introduction to the video below, shot at the medical school earlier this spring. In it, we get a quick, behind-the-scenes look at the school's past winners - including our most recent Nobelists, Thomas Südhof, MD, and Michael Levitt, PhD - as they chat and wait patiently for their photo to be taken.

Previously: Stanford winners Michael Levitt and Thomas Südhof celebrate Nobel Week, Stanford’s Michael Levitt wins 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Stanford’s Thomas Südhof wins 2013 Nobel Prize in Medicine and Stanford’s Brian Kobilka wins 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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