Topic List : Education
Augustus White advocates for health care equality
The first African-American to graduate from the Stanford School of Medicine returned to help celebrate this year’s graduating class.
Medical students present research projects
Juggling medical school and scientific research, Stanford students came together in a poster board competition to show the depth and breadth of their projects, from global health to stem cells.
Stanford students named HHMI fellows
The selected students will receive grants from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to support them in a year of biomedical research.
Digital wax museum for the classroom
A project to photograph anatomical wax figures made between the mid-17th and mid-19th centuries has yielded images now used in courses at Stanford.
Diversity advocate to address med school grads
Augustus White, a professor at Harvard Medical School, was the first African-American to graduate from Stanford’s medical school in 1961.
Stanford experts to discuss hot topics in medicine
A free webinar on the Zika virus will be the first in a series of continuing medical education seminars on controversial issues in medicine, hosted by Stanford experts.
Medicine X|ED set for April 22-23
In its first year as a stand-alone conference, Stanford Medicine X|ED will focus on how to increase diversity among health care workers and design new tools for their education.
Students learn where they’re headed for residencies
Stanford medical students, along with their counterparts nationwide, found out March 17 where they would be doing their residencies.
Podcast: Portraits of Stanford Medicine
This is the first installment in a special 1:2:1 series that will introduce you to the many faces of Stanford Medicine. In this podcast, Timothy Keyes, a second-year MD/PhD student, shares what influenced him to consider a career in medicine and what challenges he’s faced in his career so far.
Ned named assistant dean of MD admissions
A longtime advocate for diversity and community outreach at Stanford has been appointed to help lead the medical admissions office.