Menon, Butts Pauly receive BRAIN grants
The Stanford grants are part of the $70 million in funding awarded to researchers across the nation with the goal of finding better ways to understand the brain in action.
Surgery relieves symptoms of heart anomaly
A Stanford study shows that a type of surgery improves the quality of life for patients with myocardial bridging, a congenital condition caused by a major artery tunneling through heart muscle.
New blood test may predict cardiovascular disease
An assessment blending several measures of immune-cell responsiveness predicted cardiovascular problems in individuals who likely would have slipped under the radar.
Low-testosterone therapy and dementia
A new retrospective study of the health records of prostate cancer patients supports an association between androgen deprivation therapy and future risk of dementia.
Cullen to serve as new research dean
An expert in quantitative science and public health, Cullen will share the post with the Harry Greenberg, the current senior associate dean of research, until June.
Podcast: A new approach to mental health
Stanford neuroscientist Leanne Williams, PhD, discusses how she and her colleagues were able to predict with 80 percent accuracy whether antidepressants would help patients by analyzing their brain function and personal history.
Technique can predict if antidepressants will help
Researchers were able to predict with 80 percent accuracy whether antidepressants would help patients by analyzing their brain function and personal history.
Eating, drinking and merriment at staff BBQs
Leaders of the School of Medicine held a series of lunches to show their appreciation for staff members.
Q&A with astronaut, alumna
At a Stanford Medicine event Sept. 29, audience members spoke with Kate Rubins, who was aboard the International Space Station.
Stanford-Intermountain grant recipients announced
The collaborative grants provide seed funding for projects aimed at transforming health care.
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