Upcoming Workshops

StartX: Is a Startup Right for You?

Date: October 11, 2018

Time: 4-5 pm

Location: LK130, Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center

Looking to build your startup? StartX is a collection of serial entrepreneurs, industry experts, Stanford professors, and well-funded growth-stage startups that believes entrepreneurs can achieve more, as a group, than as individuals.

Attend this workshop to get personalized advice and learn the stories from successful Stanford StartX Digital Health entrepreneurs who, not long ago, were in your shoes.

Digital Health at Google: Improving the Online Health Experience for Users

Date: August 7, 2018

Time: 10-11am 

Location: LK130, Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center

Dr. Merritt is an emergency medicine physician who provides strategic direction for Google Health Search. Dr. Hsin is a psychiatrist and clinical lead of mental health data platforms at Verily. We will share Google Search's primary mission for health, as well as some of our core products and recent launches. We will also discuss the future of digital health, as we work towards disseminating understandable, high-quality health information to one billion users.

Center for AI in Medicine & Imaging

Date: July 10, 2018

Time: 4-5pm 

Location: LK120, Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center

Medical imaging is one of the fastest-moving areas of discovery, offering radiologists, pathologists, ophthalmologists, and practitioners in other image-rich disciplines the opportunity to augment their workflows with algorithms that are improving everyday. Join us as Dr. Curtis Langlotz discusses new artificial intelligence advancements in medicine and imaging. 


Digital Health Project Showcase 

Date: June 7, 2018

This workshop shares an overview of current Stanford digital health projects.  CDH Apple Watch Seed Research Grant recipient Dr. Lorene Nelson and her team will discuss their initial vision for a migraine prediction app, their development and approval process, and future directions for the resulting code base.  Additionally, Dr. Matthew Smuck will discuss continuous monitoring of human physical performance.

Advancing Health-Tech Education 

May 23, 2018

Dr. Robson Capasso and Dr. Robert Chang discuss the potential of health hackathons to serve as engaging educational outlets, enabling cross-discipline learning, pairing engineering and medical students to build a mobile application for a clinical need.

Digital Health Funding Landscape

May 17, 2018

Our guests from Rock Health discuss the digital health venture funding landscape. 2017 was a record-smashing year for digital health, with venture funding approaching $6B and the most mega deals ($100M+) to date. It’s clear that the early game has concluded and digital health is entering the “middle innings” as an investment sector.

Uses of CHOIR in Clinical Digital Health

March 13, 2018

Are you interested in patient registries and learning healthcare systems in digital health? Join us as Sean Mackey, Chief of the Division of Pain Medicine, illustrates the power of using the Collaborative Health Outcome Information Registry (CHOIR) in perioperative care and personalized medicine.

Navigating Institutional Approvals

February 28, 2018

Are you interested in launching a mobile research study? Chief Privacy Officer Wendi Wright and Senior IRB Manager Maria Aldeguer share their knowledge on mobile medical apps, and ensure your project’s data is secure.

Health Research with Mobile Devices

October 12, 2017

Are you launching a mobile health research study?  Members from the SOM Research IT Team discuss mHealth server capabilities and other research support services.

How to Create a Mobile Research Study

September 20, 2017

Faculty members Euan Ashley and Oliver Aalami share lessons learned from creating MyHeart Counts and VascTrac.