Shaping the future of digital health, together.

Innovation is at the core of everything we do to make lives better. As a partner, resource, and enabler of the next generation of medicine, we’re here to promote positive outcomes for people everywhere.

Overview

Backed by Stanford University and the ingenuity of Silicon Valley, we want to advance digital health through collaboration and exploration. We strive to advocate precision health in new ways by focusing on our three pillars.

Researching real solutions

By enabling advancements through our premier research institution, we aim to make a real impact on digital health through robust product evaluation, data analysis, and top-tier study designs.

Opportunities

Up to 1,000 Apple Watches + $10,000

Stanford faculty members and instructors are invited to apply for a seed research grant program designed to stimulate and research creatives uses of the Apple Watch in healthcare.

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Our Team

We’ve brought together a dedicated and diverse team of University stakeholders in health care, innovation, informatics, mobile health, big data, and precision health to help make a real difference in digital health.

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News

February 6, 2017 Inexpensive “lab on a chip” could fuel medical diagnostics revolution, researchers hope

Diagnosing malaria, or HIV, or cancer, or any of a number of diseases, now usually takes a sterile laboratory with trained technicians and expensive equipment. That makes it tricky, and pricey, to reach millions of people in countries with limited infrastructure.

January 12, 2017Stanford study shows wearable sensors can tell when you’re getting sick

When Mike Snyder, PhD, settled in for a long flight to Norway on a family vacation last year, he noticed changes in his heart rate and blood oxygen levels.

January 6, 2017Stanford’s mHealth App Gets a Precision Medicine Upgrade

One of the first mHealth apps to use the ResearchKit platform, Stanford's MyHeart Counts app is integrated with precision medicine tools to guide users to better health choices.

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We seek philanthropic donors like you to push the boundaries of digital health. Please contact us at digitalhealth@stanford.edu and let's start a discussion.