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Theresa A. Bridgeman

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Stanford Hospital

HQ Phone: (650) 723-4000

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Stanford Hospital

300 Pasteur Drive

Stanford, California 94305

United States

Company Description

The Stanford Clinical Virology Laboratory offers a range of culture, antigen and molecular test procedures for the diagnosis of viral and chlamydia infections. We provide clinical technical expertise in a setting where the test procedures are incorporated ... more

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Global Economic Governance

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Education

Oxford

Stanford

Stanford University

Masters of Philosophy

International Relations

Oxford University

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Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards. She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


What Will They Think Of Next? « Tom Reeder’s Blog

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Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards. She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


What Will They Think Of Next? « Tom Reeder’s Blog

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Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards. She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


What Will They Think Of Next? « Tom Reeder’s Blog

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Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards. She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


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Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards. She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.

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