Topic List : Administration
Stanford Medicine and Intermountain Healthcare to collaborate on research, patient care, training
The five-year agreement between the two organizations involves clinical research in heart disease, cancer and other conditions, as well as methods to improve health delivery and clinician training.
Vantage Point: We don't just need precision medicine, we need precision health
The dean of the School of Medicine hopes the country’s leaders will set their sights higher in their quest to improve the health of the American people.
Byerwalter to serve as interim president and CEO of Stanford Health Care
Mariann Byerwalter has a long history of service and commitment to the Stanford community.
Laurence Baker tapped to head Department of Health Research and Policy
The new chair of the department is an expert on how changing financial incentives and organization affect health-care delivery and costs.
Carlos Bustamante named chair of new Department of Biomedical Data Science
Population geneticist Carlos Bustamante will lead a new biomedical data department founded to advance precision health.
Sino-U.S. Symposium on Medicine set for Oct. 15-16
Stanford Medicine will host researchers, clinicians, industry experts and policymakers from China and the United States.
El-Sayed appointed associate dean for maternal and child health
The maternal-fetal medicine expert will draw on his decades of Stanford experience to more closely integrate research and clinical care for pregnant women.
Departments of emergency medicine, biomedical data science to be created
The creation of the departments will allow the School of Medicine to continue building on its strengths in both bioscience and health-care delivery, dean says.
Precision health: Predicting and preventing disease — not just treating it
Precision health takes a big-data approach to disease prevention and detection, focusing on the various factors that help maintain health throughout life.
Eben Rosenthal named medical director of Stanford Cancer Center
The otolaryngologist is arriving during the early stages of the Stanford Cancer Initiative, a five-year, multifaceted effort to transform the cancer patient’s experience.