Vaccine discovery effort gets $50M grant
The funding will establish the Stanford Human Systems Immunology Center, and will accelerate efforts to develop vaccines for the world's most deadly infectious diseases.
Referrals fall short for tiniest babies
California babies who weigh less than 3.3 pounds at birth are supposed to be sent to a high-risk follow-up program when they go home from the hospital, but many of them may never get a referral.
Stanford researchers use big data to identify patients at risk of high-cholesterol disorder
Researchers use 'machine learning' to search electronic medical records for patients with familial hypercholesterolemia, an inherited disease that causes high cholesterol.
Seth Ammerman on the AAP's stance against marijuana legalization
In this 1:2:1 podcast, adolescent medicine specialist Seth Ammerman, MD, discusses the AAP’s stance on youth and marijuana.
Intel's Rosalind Hudnell discusses importance of boosting diversity
Rosalind Hudnell, chief diversity officer and global director of education and external relations at Intel, said training, transparency and oversight can minimize bias.