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Join study of female high school track athletes to improve health and body image

Do you want to inspire resilience in sport and improve mental and physical health for her and her team? Researchers in the Stanford FASTR Program are testing an interactive, educational platform to promote female athlete health. Using engaging stories from top athletes, inspiring coaches, and lead researchers they hope to inspire resilience and promote mental and physical health. Visit fastr.stanford.edu for more information.

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Announcing the 2024 Agility Project awardees

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Announcing the 2024 Agility Project awardees

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Seminar: automated model discovery – a new paradigm in biomedical simulations with Ellen Kuhl

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Seminar: automated model discovery – a new paradigm in biomedical simulations with Ellen Kuhl

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