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Stanford Medicine’s Sean Quirin once looked upward with a telescope, seeking clues to the universe. Now he trains his optical eye inward with a fascination for understanding the brain and the complex maladies that afflict it.

Stanford Medicine’s Sean Quirin once looked upward with a telescope, seeking clues to the universe. Now he trains his optical eye inward with a fascination for understanding the brain and the complex maladies that afflict it.

Leandra Barnes talks about being drawn to dermatology because of its non-inclusionary tendencies, giving her fertile soil to advocate for better care for people of color.

Leandra Barnes talks about being drawn to dermatology because of its non-inclusionary tendencies, giving her fertile soil to advocate for better care for people of color.

Earlier this year, the largest tobacco company in the world paid millions to fund continuing medical education courses on nicotine addiction —16,000 physicians and other health care providers took them.

Earlier this year, the largest tobacco company in the world paid millions to fund continuing medical education courses on nicotine addiction —16,000 physicians and other health care providers took them.

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