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Stanford Statisticians Tackle COVID-19

This stories series presents three studies in the Department of Statistics addressing the coronavirus outbreak using different approaches: tracking genetic mutations in the coronavirus, developing a more practical approach to predictive modelling, and designing clinical trials of promising new treatments.

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Read more about Robert Finn, an expert in the mathematics of complex surfaces and capillaries, has died at 100

Robert Finn

Robert Finn, an expert in the mathematics of complex surfaces and capillaries, has died at 100

Read more about Stanford art historian explores appeal of painter who bridged the amateur, avant-garde

Richard Meyer

Stanford art historian explores appeal of painter who bridged the amateur, avant-garde

Read more about Stanford's new Institute on Race names founding faculty co-directors

Stanford's new Institute on Race names founding faculty co-directors

Read more about Harumi Befu, professor emeritus of anthropology, dies at 92

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Harumi Befu, professor emeritus of anthropology, dies at 92

Read more about Writers drew attention to how they listened to ‘common people’ in 19th-century Russian Empire, according to Stanford scholar

Gabriella Safran

Writers drew attention to how they listened to ‘common people’ in 19th-century Russian Empire, according to Stanford scholar

Read more about Stanford’s Ellen Markman honored with lifetime achievement award for mentorship

Ellen Markman

Stanford’s Ellen Markman honored with lifetime achievement award for mentorship

Read more about Stanford economist Ran Abramitzky on his new book debunking U.S. immigration myths

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Stanford economist Ran Abramitzky on his new book debunking U.S. immigration myths

Read more about Q&A: New book probes blackness in ancient Greek literature and art

Sarah F. Derbew

Q&A: New book probes blackness in ancient Greek literature and art