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Upcoming Events

July 25th Happy Hour at The Hub

Hello Stanford Research Park Colleagues,

Join us this Thursday, July 25, 4:30-6:30pm at 3215 Porter Drive for live music by James Henry a master musician offering a global journey from AfroFunk to Urban Caribbean, World Beat, House, R&B, and Reggae.

Enjoy complimentary chips, guacamole, salsa, and lemonade. Beer and wine available for purchase from Coupa Café at happy hour prices.

RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-happy-hours-at-the-hub-tickets-899917767267

Jamie

Stanford Research Park July 2024 Events

Register for our upcoming events:

We have launch lunchtime and afterwork wellness classes at 3210 Porter Drive:

All upcoming events, including wellness classes, can be found on the calendar at https://stanfordresearchpark.com/community/

Pick a Backpack Tag and Support a Child Today
July 1- July 24 | 09:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Connect – News & Events In and Around Stanford Research Park
Tuesday, July 9 | 12:00 – 12:30 PM | Virtual

Mobile Blood Drive
Wednesday, July 10 | 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Toastmasters at Stanford Research Park
Wednesday, July 10 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM | Virtual

Summer Happy Hours at The Hub
Every Thursday in July | 4:30 – 6:30 PM

Breakfast for Bicyclists
Tuesday, July 16 | 7:30 – 9:30 AM

SRP Vanpool Program Info Session
Tuesday, July 16 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM | Virtual

Improve Your Balance
Wednesday, July 17 | 12:00 – 12:45 PM

3rd Thursday Cal Ave & Stanford Research Park
Thursday, July 18 | 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Tech Tuesday: Roadside Repair
Tuesday, July 23 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM

Toastmasters at Stanford Research Park
Wednesday, July 24 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM

Social Security and Your Retirement
Tuesday, July 30 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM

Sound Bath at The Hub
Wednesday, July 31 | 12:00 – 12:45 PM

Hello Stanford Research Park Colleagues,

This week’s Happy Hour at The Hub features live music by Andre Gueziec, complimentary potato skins and lemonade, and happy hour specials of $4 Coors Light and $10 burgers.  

Join us this Thursday, July 27, 4:30-6:30 pm at 3215 Porter Drive. RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-happy-hours-at-the-hub-tickets-899917767267

Jamie

SAVE THE DATE: 3rd Annual Stanford Research Park Symposium and Poster Session

October 16, 2024
10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
3145 Porter Dr. Conference Center

  • Four Speakers
  • Exhibit your Poster
  • Five Best Poster Awards of $100 Each
  • Mingle with Fellow SoM Scientists
  • Lunch will be provided!

Registration Information Coming Soon!

3rd Annual Ped. IBD and Celiac Disease Research Symposium

October 29, 2024
Li Ka Shing Center, Berg Hall

We are thrilled to announce the upcoming 3rd Annual Research Symposium hosted by Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Center for IBD and Celiac Disease! We hope you can join us in this exciting event.

Registration Information:

Please register HERE.

Registrants will receive event updates and other important information via email as the event date approaches.

More information about our Call for Abstracts is attached, and available on the registration site.

    Past Events

    The SRP Operations Team in the Office of Facilities Planning & Management is working to build a sense of community among our SoM colleagues who work in our Stanford Research Park buildings. Included in this effort is the Annual SRP Research Symposium and Poster Session. This event highlights and celebrates the scientific achievements made by School of Medicine researchers in Stanford Research Park.

    Recent events include:

    July 18 Happy Hour at The Hub

    Hello Stanford Research Park Colleagues,

    Join us this Thursday, July 18, 4:30-6:30pm at 3215 Porter Drive for live music by concert pianist and video game musician Ryan McGaughey, plus games in our VR lounge.  

    Enjoy complimentary refreshments, including pizza samples,  salads, and boba tea. Beer and wine available for purchase from Coupa Café at happy hour prices.

    RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-happy-hours-at-the-hub-tickets-899917767267

    Jamie

    Hello SRP Community!

    In an effort to offer more food options to SRP, the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine is excited to bring a food truck to Porter Drive. We plan to introduce a variety of food trucks more frequently in the upcoming months. Stay tuned!

    Our first event will take place on July 16, from 11am to 1pm, in the parking lot between 3172 and 3174 Porter Drive.

    Don’t miss this chance to enjoy delicious food and connect with your colleagues. We look forward to seeing you there!

    7/11 Happy Hour at The Hub

    Hello Stanford Research Park Colleagues,

    Join us this Thursday, July 11, 4:30-6:30pm at 3215 Porter Drive for live music by Tebo’s Experience Blues and Funk.

    Enjoy complimentary chicken wings, veggie platters, and refreshing Arnold Palmers. Beer and wine available for purchase at happy hour prices.

    RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-happy-hours-at-the-hub-tickets-899917767267

    Jamie

    Summer Happy Hours at The Hub

    Thursday, June 20th at 4:30pm – 6:30pm 

    Hello Stanford Research Park Colleagues,

    Celebrate the start of summer on June 20 with live music by Enzo Anchietta and complimentary chips & guacamole at The Hub (3215 Porter Drive) 4:30 – 6:30 PM. Latin beer tasting featuring beers from Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba, Guatemala & Ecuador available for $5 for 5 samples and all tacos $10 (include 3 tacos).

    RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-happy-hours-tickets-899927125257

    Enjoy extended hours at Coupa Café all summer. Coupa will serve their full menu 7:30am – 7:00pm, Monday-Friday with happy hour beer and wine pricing 3–7pm. Live music and complimentary snacks every Thursday 4:30-6:30pm.  

    Jamie

    Jeremy Goettel, PhD: New insights into cell-intrinsic roles of IL-23R and IL-10 in regulating intestinal immune homeostasis

    Monday, June 17th at 2pm
    Center for Academic Medicine – Grand Rounds (453 Quarry Rd)

    Jeremy Goettel, PhD: New insights into cell-intrinsic roles of IL-23R and IL-10 in regulating intestinal immune homeostasis

    Assistant Professor of Medicine, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    Please join us for an upcoming Research Seminar hosted by the Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Center for IBD and Celiac Disease.

    Lunch provided.

    Register now!

    Stanford Medicine Story Rounds

    Thursday, June 6th, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
    Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center

    Stanford Medicine Story Rounds are live events featuring true, spoken stories about life as a Stanford doctor: the ups, the downs, and the moments of transcendent joy and meaning. These deeply moving events offer a safe environment in which to share our authentic experiences with colleagues — the kinds of deeply personal stories you wouldn’t hear in the lounge or the lunchroom.

    In this immersive setting, physicians at all stages in their careers and across specialties come together to hear and support one another on a human level. Beyond deepening connections with your colleagues — some of whom you may not otherwise spend time with — you may experience the unique comradery borne from realizing you are not alone in facing certain challenges or feeling powerful emotions that rarely come up in casual workplace chitchat. This is an event for physicians, by physicians, bringing perspectives from others who have experienced some of the same struggles and triumphs you have.

    Like the I Am Human movement, Story Rounds centers around the values of shared humanity, empathy, vulnerability, self-compassion, and recognizing the significance of community and connection. In fact, the theme for the June 6 Story Rounds is “I Am Human.”

    Register today to attend the June 6 Story Rounds, where doors open at Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center at 5 p.m., storytellers begin at 5:30, and the reception that follows kicks off at 6:30 p.m. The full list of storytellers can be found on the event webpage.

    While we ask you to register in advance, this is a free event, hosted by WellMD & WellPhD and Medicine and the Muse, and attendees are eligible to receive CME credit.

    Single Cell & Spatial Biology Technology Symposium

    Thursday, June 6, 3pm – 6:30pm
    Stanford Medicine Research Park,
    3145 Porter Dr, Palo Alto, CA 94304

    Join us, in partnership with Singular Genomics, Miltenyi Biotec, andDeNovix, for an engaging afternoon of Single Cell and Spatial Biologywhere our speakers present the results of a morphogen arrayed screenapproach in human neural organoids. Plus, stay afterward for a happyhour with delicious appetizers and a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Register below to reserve your spot!

    Register Here

    Active Motif Seminars

    Are you interested in epigenetics research but not sure where to start? Do you need to improve the quality or sensitivity of your epigenetic data?

    The leading epigenetic research company, Active Motif will be hosting 2 FREE seminars on Wednesday, June 5th at Stanford Research Park: 3145 Porter Drive D110, Palo Alto, CA.

    Morning Seminar:
    Designing epigenetics projects using ATAC-Seq, ChIP-Seq, CUT&Tag & CUT&RUN – 10:30am – 11:30am (Coffee and snacks provided)
    In this session, we will delve into the intricacies of various leading techniques used in epigenomic research. Our focus will be on comparing and contrasting four prominent methods: ChIP-seq, CUT&Tag, CUT&RUN, and ATAC-seq. We’ll explore their unique features, comparative advantages, and potential challenges in implementation. Throughout the seminar, we’ll highlight key differences in experimental workflows, data outputs, and biological insights offered by each method. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of these techniques, empowering them to make informed decisions in their epigenomic research.

    Lunch Seminar:
    An Universal Spike-In Normalization Strategy for CUT&RUN, CUT&Tag, and ATAC-Seq – 12:00pm – 1:00pm (Lunch provided)
    In this session we will focus on the utility of a universal spike-in strategy for data normalization in three prominent epigenomic profiling methods: CUT&RUN, CUT&Tag, and ATAC-seq. By leveraging spike-in normalization, researchers can effectively account for variations in sample preparation, sequencing depth, and experimental conditions, thereby enhancing the reliability and reproducibility of their data. Join us as we discuss the importance and potential applications of incorporating a universal spike-in for data normalization in epigenomic research.

    Click on the seminar links to register. If you are unable then copy and paste these links into your browser:
    1. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/designing-epigenetics-projects-using-atac-seq-chip-seq-cuttag-cutrun-tickets-900347241837|
    2. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-universal-spike-in-normalization-for-cutrun-cuttag-and-atac-seq-tickets-905458399447

    For more information, please contact Active Motif Sr. Key Account Manager,
    Nivanka Paranavitana
    Mobile: 650-229-9237
    Email: nparanavitana@activemotif.com
    1914 Palomar Oaks Way, Suite 150 Carlsbad, CA 92008
    www.activemotif.com

    PacBio Seminar: Long read scRNAseq provides new insights into leukemia clonal evolution

    Wednesday, May 29th, 12pm – 1:00pm
    Stanford Research Park,
    Conference room D110
    3145 Porter Dr, Palo Alto, CA 94304

    Dr. Nathan Salomonis of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center will present how he used the MAS-Seq kit and sequencing on the PacBio Revio system to provide new insights into leukemia clonal evolution, through paired single-cell mutation, transcription, splicing, cell-surface, and cell state analysis. Learn how this methodology allowed for the characterization of unique lineages, an important step in single-cell transcriptomics and cancer research.

    Lunch provided for registered attendees!

    Register Here

    3D to 2D Spatial Biology: Lightsheet guided multiplex immunofluorescence workflow

    Thursday, May 16, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (PDT)
    Stanford Research Park Conference Center
    3145 Porter Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94304

    Spatial biology bridges the gap between cell phenotyping and tissue imaging by using high-plex approaches to unlock stunning possibilities in immuno-oncology and beyond. View Flyer

    Sign up today!

    Bike to Work Day

    Thursday, May 16, 7:30 – 10:00am
    The Hub at Stanford Research Park
    3215 Porter Drive Palo Alto, CA 94304

    Hello Stanford Research Park Colleagues,

    When you bike to work on Thursday, May 16, be sure to pedal over to The Hub (3215 Porter Dr.) any time between 7:30 – 10:00am to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Bike to Work Day! Registered attendees at this event can enjoy:

    • Complimentary hot breakfast buffet
    • Live music, mingling with other cyclists, and celebratory fun!
    • Free Stanford Research Park T-shirt
    • Free 2024 Bike Day tote bag

    Register Here

    Biking Basics … and “Jedi” Biking Tips

    Tuesday, May 7 · 12 – 1pm PDT
    The Hub at Stanford Research Park
    3215 Porter Drive Palo Alto, CA 94304

    Presented by Tim Oey, LAB cycling instructor

    Are you new to bicycling and want to learn more about road safety + navigation? Or has it been a while since you’ve gotten on your bike? Maybe you’re an experienced bike commuter who wants to reach Jedi cyclist status? If any of these descriptions sound like you, you’re a great fit for this session on the basics + some Jedi Bicycling spice!

    Complimentary refreshments will be provided.

    *Attendance is limited to individuals who work at an employer site in Stanford Research Park.

    Please walk or bike to this event at 3215 Porter Drive if possible. Bicycle parking is available at the front of the building; limited vehicle parking is available in the rear parking lot of 3215 Porter with overflow parking available at 3210 Porter Drive. Palo Alto Link (PAL) services are also available.

    Research Park Happy Hour!

    WHAT: SURPAS Research Park Happy Hour
    WHEN:  (TODAY) Wednesday, May 1st, 2024, 4:30 pm -6:30 pm
    WHERE: 1701 Page Mill Rd Courtyard – Stanford Research Park
    WHO: All postdocs are welcome.

    We are excited to invite you for our next Happy Hour in the Stanford Research Park. Join us for drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and food (chips, veggies and pizza) in the sunshine today.

    This event aims to connect postdocs together. In particular, it aims to encourage a stronger postdoctoral community at SRP! 

    REGISTRATION: Please RSVP here for registration and volunteering to help us make this event successful.

    DIRECTIONS:

    • If you are on main campus – come check out the former Theranos building.
    • If you want to go Research Park here are the directions below:

    Marguerite Shuttles (https://transportation.stanford.edu/marguerite/view-maps-and-schedules) -> 1050A – from main campus -> RP – from Palo Alto Station and free parking!!

    Mentoring Monday: Promoting Professional Development

    Monday, April 15, 2024, 10AM – 11AM PT
    3145 Porter Dr. – D110 Conference Center

    Mentoring Mondays are open to postdocs from all disciplines. Refreshments will be provided. View Flyer

    Pre-Registration required.

    Questions? Email postdocmentoring@stanford.edu

    Postdoc Coffee & Donuts

    Tuesday, April 16, 2024
    1701 Page Mill Rd, Courtyard

    The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is hosting a coffee cart, plus Trish’s Mini Donuts for postdocs at Stanford Research Park! View Flyer

    Sign up today!

    Stanford’s Second Cyclotron and Radiochemistry Facility Opens in SRP

    On January 31, 2024, Radiology celebrated a significant milestone in the opening of its second Cyclotron and Radiochemistry Facility (CRF) in the Stanford Research Park (SRP) at 1701 Page Mill Rd.

    *SSO credentials are needed to view

    2023 Symposium

    Speakers, all of whom have labs in Stanford Research Park:

    • Michael Snyder, PhD: Disrupting Healthcare Using Deep Data and Remote Monitoring
    • Lei Xing, PhD: Advancing Omics Data Analysis Through Integration of Imaging Physics & Deep Learning
    • Michelle Monje, MD, PhD: Neuron-Glial Interactions in Neuro-oncology and Neurodevelopment
    • Hanlee Ji, MD: A Single Cell Approach for Isoform and Mutation Discovery with CRISPR Phenotypic Modelling

    In addition, we had 30 posters presented by researchers from labs based in SRP. The posters were judged by:

    Top five posters, whose presenters are:

    • Grace Holton, Department of Urology
    • Amira Latif-Hernandez, Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences
    • Christine Ngaruiya, Department of Emergency Medicine
    • Babajide Ojo, Department of Pediatrics
    • Wen Ru, Department of Urology

    Photos from 2022 Symposium