Stanford Cancer Center South Bay opens to first patients
A patient and family advisory council recommended ways to maximize patient comfort at the new cancer center.
'A mother hen,' early Stanford kidney donor dies at 99
One of Stanford’s first living kidney donors lived a long and fulfilling life with her family.
Awards recognize exceptional work in education, patient care
Faculty, staff, residents and a student were honored for a variety of contributions to Stanford Medicine at the medical school’s 2015 commencement.
Departments of emergency medicine, biomedical data science to be created
The creation of the departments will allow the School of Medicine to continue building on its strengths in both bioscience and health-care delivery, dean says.
Gene discoveries may lead to regeneration of cells needed for hearing
The researchers identified patterns of gene expression that may determine whether the ear’s inner pillar cells can give rise to new hair cells, which are key to hearing.
Discovery of molecular pathway could lead to pancreatitis treatments
New research could lead to pharmacological treatments for chronic pancreatitis, a severe and currently untreatable disease.
Surgery residents set sail to keep life on an even keel
As part of the Department of Surgery’s Balance in Life Program, more than 30 residents and a few attending physicians hopped aboard sailboats for a cruise around the San Francisco Bay.
Fernando Mendoza receives medical school's diversity award
Pediatrician Fernando Mendoza was recognized for his contributions to diversity and health-care equality.
For big data to help patients, sharing health information is key, experts say
A key message from Stanford’s annual big data conference was that realizing the potential of precision health means sharing massive amounts of medical and behavioral data.
Wysocka, Shenoy named HHMI investigators
The funding will allow Joanna Wysocka to continue exploring the earliest steps of human development and aid Krishna Shenoy’s efforts to develop brain-machine interfaces.
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