Leader in children’s health bids farewell
The longtime CEO of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford has retired after nearly three decades of shaping health care for children and expectant mothers.
State of Stanford Medicine in 2018
At this year’s State of Stanford Medicine event, the dean, hospital CEOs and a special guest shared their reflections on the strengths and challenges of the medical center today.
Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza dies at 96
Cavalli-Sforza helped create the field of genetic geography and was one of the founders of cultural evolution, a theory that social change resembles a Darwinian evolutionary process.
Students-faculty pairs awarded diversity grants
Two graduate students and their respective faculty advisers were awarded grants for scientific leadership and dedication to diversity and inclusion in the sciences.
Awards for clinician-scientists
Four early-career clinician-scientists have received awards from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation for their expertise and promise in biomedical research and clinical care.
‘Cascade’ testing identifies relatives at risk
An online effort coupled with lower costs significantly increased the proportion of cancer patients’ relatives who chose to undergo genetic testing for cancer-associated mutations in Stanford study.
‘Discovery Curriculum’ launched
A redesigned curriculum for Stanford medical students is now being fully implemented. It provides new courses, more flexibility and financial incentives for pursuing long-term research.
Magazine explores vision of Stanford Medicine
The summer issue of Stanford Medicine highlights research and programs that reflect a shared vision for the future of the School of Medicine, Stanford Health Care and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford.
State of Stanford Medicine on Sept. 17
Stanford Medicine’s leadership will address a variety of topics and discuss the future of the School of Medicine and hospitals.
Rally to raise awareness scheduled
After a statement about guns ended prospects for a government appointment, a Stanford professor joined a student in forming a nonprofit to address the public health issue.
Same mutations fuel cancer metastases
The true driver mutations of cancer are almost always common to all metastases in an individual, according to a Stanford scientist and other researchers.
Predicting aneurysm risk from DNA
By combining genome-sequence information and health records, Stanford scientists have developed a new algorithm that can predict the risk of abdominal aortic aneurysm, and potentially could be used for any number of diseases.
Weather predicts incidence of snakebites
Rattlesnake bites, contrary to public opinion, increase after periods of high rainfall, not drought, according to a Stanford-led study that examined 20 years of snakebite history in California.
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