The Humanwide project integrates detailed health data with team-based care to better understand each patient
Researchers are harnessing millions of de-identified patient records for the ultimate consult
Programs that address the stresses of being a physician begin to show results
Treating blood clots in the brain goes from fast to faster to fastest
Mathematical models to improve how hospitals are run
Next-generation biobanking is bridging the gap between research and patients
Learning how to break bad news
Letter from the Dean
Pioneering solutions for every patient
Enhancing the value and promise of precision health
An image of a mesa that came to a scientist in his sleep sparks insight into a deadly heart disorder
Children with autism show social improvement when treated with the hormone vasopressin
Harmful effects of e-cigarettes are heightened by cinnamon, menthol and other flavorings
Upfront is a quick look at the latest developments from Stanford Medicine
Surgeon performs Stanford Medicine’s first scar-free thyroid removal.
Some groups of women with ovarian cancer are undertested for mutations that could guide clinical care.
New research links preemie brain injury from low oxygen to specific cells.
Scientists have devised a blood-based test that accurately identified people with chronic fatigue syndrome, a new study reports.
Christopher Dawes, who as CEO guided Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford through its formative years, dies at 68.