Cullen to serve as new research dean
An expert in quantitative science and public health, Cullen will share the post with the Harry Greenberg, the current senior associate dean of research, until June.
Podcast: A new approach to mental health
Stanford neuroscientist Leanne Williams, PhD, discusses how she and her colleagues were able to predict with 80 percent accuracy whether antidepressants would help patients by analyzing their brain function and personal history.
Technique can predict if antidepressants will help
Researchers were able to predict with 80 percent accuracy whether antidepressants would help patients by analyzing their brain function and personal history.
Eating, drinking and merriment at staff BBQs
Leaders of the School of Medicine held a series of lunches to show their appreciation for staff members.
Q&A with astronaut, alumna
At a Stanford Medicine event Sept. 29, audience members spoke with Kate Rubins, who was aboard the International Space Station.
Stanford-Intermountain grant recipients announced
The collaborative grants provide seed funding for projects aimed at transforming health care.
Community advisory board for researchers
The Community Advisory Board for Clinical Research is made up of Bay Area residents who can provide insights and advice to investigators on recruiting study participants from a broad range of ethnicities, cultures, ages and economic backgrounds.
Promise of an air-bag bike helmet
Drop tests from as high as 2 meters show that an air-bag helmet may reduce impact by as much as sixfold compared to traditional bike helmets.
Insulin resistance, tired mice
Shutting off a gene implicated in insulin resistance leads to damaged mitochondria and decreased exercise capacity in mice.
Seven faculty receive NIH grants
The five-year grants encourage scientists to explore bold approaches to major research challenges.
Leading in Precision Health
Stanford Medicine is leading the biomedical revolution in precision health, defining and developing the next generation of care that is proactive, predictive and precise.
A Legacy of Innovation
Stanford Medicine's unrivaled atmosphere of breakthrough thinking and interdisciplinary collaboration has fueled a long history of achievements.