Stanford Medicine and Intermountain Healthcare to collaborate on research, patient care, training
The five-year agreement between the two organizations involves clinical research in heart disease, cancer and other conditions, as well as methods to improve health delivery and clinician training.
Wearable device detects, analyzes real-time changes in chemical composition of sweat
Complementary electronic technologies underlie a newly developed, wearable sensor that can help monitor what is happening inside the body.
When Breath Becomes Air: A conversation with Lucy Kalanithi, MD
In this podcast, Lucy Kalanithi, MD, talks about the words that her late husband, Stanford neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi, left behind -- a new book entitled, “When Breath Becomes Air."…
Herbert Abrams, pioneering radiologist and anti-nuclear activist, dies at 95
Abrams’ multi-faceted career embraced patient care, teaching and medical research as well as a passionate advocacy for world peace.
Event cancelled: Nancy Snyderman to discuss global health
(Because of weather problems on the East Coast, this event has been cancelled.)…
How Irv Weissman learned to figure things out
Irving Weissman had an unconventional start in science. The son of a hardware store operator and grandson of a fur trader, he learned lifelong lessons in research at the McLaughlin Research Institute in Montana.
When Lucy Shapiro discovered her true passion
After a career packed with discoveries, the developmental biologist has turned her attention to the threat of emerging infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance.
A mysterious illness identified, top-notch care delivered
What should have been one of the Catalano family’s happiest moments quickly turned somber as they feared that the condition the newest addition to their family faced was serious.
Five Questions: Cowan on how to prevent, manage headaches
As someone who has managed his own migraines for years, Stanford headache expert Robert Cowan offers advice to those who experience chronic headaches.
Teen awaiting heart-lung transplant first in western U.S. to undergo novel therapy
Listing Oswaldo Jimenez for a transplant was just the beginning. His doctors needed to perform what is referred to as a “bridge-to-transplant” solution, one that would sustain his organs until transplant could be done.
Leading in Precision Health
Stanford Medicine is leading the biomedical revolution in precision health, defining and developing the next generation of care that is proactive, predictive and precise.
A Legacy of Innovation
Stanford Medicine's unrivaled atmosphere of breakthrough thinking and interdisciplinary collaboration has fueled a long history of achievements.