Life time

The long and short of it

Before I go video

Time warps for a young surgeon with metastatic lung cancer

Time lines volumehigh

A conversation with Abraham Verghese

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Upfront

Upfront is a quick look at the latest developments from Stanford Medicine
Letter From the Dean

Time matters

It’s all too easy to overlook one of the most powerful tools for enhancing our lives and others’: Time

The Backstory

What's going on up there?

Crane operator A.J. Barker climbs 200 feet each workday as he helps assemble the framework for the expansion of Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford.


Plus

Nobel beginnings

At the start of his graduate studies, renowned biochemist Paul Berg found himself in a predicament.

Plus

Side by side by side

Carrying triplets is unusual, as is developing an abnormal placenta. When Lily Estrada was caught in this perfect storm of rarity, fetal surgery saved her three boys' lives.

In Brief

Pilot study

Experienced aviators make better decisions while using less brainpower.

Other Issues

Stanford Medicine magazine is published four times a year, and each issue focuses on a specific topic.

Summer 2018

The future

Human centered, discovery led

Spring 2018

Listening

The art and science of hearing

Winter 2018

Out there

Charting medicine's unknowns