Stanford to work with Duke, Google on pilot study
Researchers are planning a comprehensive initiative to understand the molecular markers that are key to health.
Scholars receive Spectrum clinical research training awards
Ten Stanford scholars have been accepted into programs designed to advance their careers as clinical and translational researchers.
Menon, Roncarolo appointed to endowed professorships
Vinod Menon has been named the Rachael L. and Walter F. Nichols, MD, Professor, and Maria Grazia Roncarolo has been named the George D. Smith Professorship in Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine.
$57 million helps fund new bioengineering, chemical engineering center
Stanford trustee Kavitark Shriram and his wife, Vidjealatchoumy Shriram, have provided $57 million to support a new bioengineering and chemical engineering center, which has been named for them.
School of Medicine team wins campus-wide business competition
Rapidly-dissolving microneedles form the basis of a new skin test to determine the severity of a person’s food allergies.
Tinkerers gather at White House for Maker Faire
Bioengineer Manu Prakash recently visited the White House to demonstrate some of his latest creations.
Stanford Medicine community invited to dean’s town hall meeting June 30
A town hall meeting hosted by Lloyd Minor, MD, dean of the School of Medicine, is set for June 30.
New Stanford Medicine website launched
The revitalized digital front door will help build the Stanford Medicine brand and connect people to the services and resources they seek.
O'Connor-Stanford residency program wins award
The O'Connor Stanford Leaders in Education Residency Program has received the 2014 National Innovative Program Award from the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.
Student-athletes sought for test of intervention to improve body image
A Stanford psychologist has received an $8,500 grant from the NCAA to develop and test an online course aimed at improving athletes' body image.