A shared vision of Stanford Medicine’s future
Excerpt: Stanford Medicine Integrated Strategic Plan
Can machine learning bring more humanity to health care?
Stanford artificial intelligence projects designed to improve your health
The high-tech and high-touch goal to impact 2 billion lives by 2025
The new Precision Health and Integrated Diagnostics Center searches for ways to prevent disease entirely
Researchers aim to harness microbes in our intestines to cure what ails us
Academic research catches fire
Letter from the Dean
Stanford Medicine looks to the future
How a shared vision will keep Stanford Medicine at the forefront of medicine and health care
Serendipity and passion peg an elusive illness
Stanford researchers launch a massive study of lung tissue — healthy and diseased — in one of their own
Researchers engineer brewer’s yeast to produce a complex drug that’s in short supply
Altering cells could ease a promising cancer therapy’s side effects
Teams compete to design an algorithm that can help people with prosthetics learn to move
A bioengineered replacement solves shortage of surfactant, which helps premature babies and people with lung injuries breathe.
Upfront is a quick look at the latest developments from Stanford Medicine
Knowing the genetic makeup of these marine invertebrates could aid conservation efforts.
People who are genetically prone to heart disease can still benefit from regular exercise.
More women with cancer are opting to skip BRCA test in favor of mutlipanel analysis.
Cleaning out digested proteins could reboot the ability of aging cells to make new neurons.
Low levels of the hormone vasopressin could be a biomarker for autism.
Manipulating brain switches could change our responses to fear.
Paul and Mildred Berg establish endowed professorship and name biochemistry professor Mark Krasnow as its inaugural recipient