Pediatrics

Pediatrics Research Guide

David B. Lewis, MD (left), Professor of Pediatrics (Immunology and Allergy), and research associate Wenwei Tu, M.D., PhD, use protein molecules, called MCH tetramers, to monitor how B and T cells of the immune system respond to the influenza virus.

Introduction

This guide is provided as a resource to new researchers, whether they are postdoctoral fellows, clinical fellows or junior faculty.

The guide is meant to provide an overview of essential information and highlights the resources available to researchers and proposal writers within the Department of Pediatrics, the Stanford School of Medicine, and across the University.

If you are ready to get started on your project, start with Study Navigator, hosted by Spectrum, the Stanford Center for Clinical and Translational Education and Research. If you do not find what you are looking for, or you have suggestions for this guide, please contact Jennifer Cory, Director of Research in the Department of Pediatrics. Phone: (650) 725-8138.

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