Stanford Medicine takes aim at COVID-19
A sampler of COVID-19 research
In the eye of the pandemic, viral disease expert Bonnie Maldonado still has hope
Stanford launched its own test early in the pandemic — but the challenges kept on coming
Anthony Fauci discusses the nation’s coronavirus response with Lloyd Minor, dean of Stanford University School of Medicine
An intensive care team takes on COVID-19
The psychological distress of living through a pandemic, and how to build resilience
How the new coronavirus penetrates, exploits and kills cells, and how an army of scientists aims to destroy it
In conversation with Santa Clara County Health Officer Sara Cody
Renowned microbiologist’s battle against the coronavirus gets personal
Letter from the Dean
Rising to the challenge
Stanford Medicine mobilizes to respond to the devastating and historic health crisis
Thoughts from a Black neurosurgeon with strong Stanford ties
An engineer sways tissue samples to behave in the lab like they would inside us
How a pandemic is changing medical education
During a pandemic, virtual house calls take off
Puzzle fiends seek to optimize a COVID-19 vaccine
Breaking COVID-19’s deadly embrace
Upfront is a quick look at the latest development from Stanford Medicine
Ulcerative colitis patients could be missing a key intestinal microbe
Though popular among runners, electrolyte supplements do little to keep sodium levels in balance during endurance events, new Stanford Medicine research shows.
EEG brain activity can predict who will respond to depression drug
Young adults know very little about the vaping products they use
Antibiotic could relieve lingering Lyme disease ailments, study says
Stanford Health Care’s commitment to safety and quality is cited in Stanford Hospital being ranked 13th in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-21 Best Hospitals Honor Roll.
A brain implant developed by Stanford University scientists has been shown in mice to be able to record the activity of thousands of individual neurons.
Women at all levels of academic medicine are paid less than men.