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Oct 18 2019
In April of 2020, the Priest Lab will be moving in to the new Biomedical Innovations (BMI) Building being built in front of the new Stanford Hospital. We were excited to tour our new space, seeing an innovative workplace design that caters to a more open and collaborative lab environment, and...
Apr 3 2019
The Priest laboratory at the Stanford University School of Medicine is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral candidate with a doctoral degree in genetics, genomics, or computational biology to investigate the genomic basis of congenital heart disease and long-term outcomes. Follow this link for...
Mar 29 2019
An infant born with a relatively simple heart defect is far more likely to develop heart problems as an adult, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have discovered. James Priest, MD explains their findings in this article.
Mar 29 2019
Postdoctoral fellow Catherine Tcheandjieu, DVM presented her work at the 2019 American Heart Association Epidemiology and Prevention, Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health Conference in Houston, TX on March 7th. You can see her here giving her talk entitled "Performance of Polygenic Risk Scores for...
Mar 29 2019
The Priest lab hosted Priyanka Saha for a research fellowship last year when she delayed her medical school graduation in order to gain some research experience. Saha was very productive in that year, learning about large data analyses and publishing work linking congenital heart defects to an...

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