Topic List : Technology
Chinese, American experts explore precision health, big data at symposium
More than 300 health researchers from China and the United States convened at Stanford to share their knowledge of precision health, mobile health devices, population health, genomics and cancer.
Big Data in Biomedicine conference set for May 21-23
Todd Park, chief technology officer of the United States, will be among the featured speakers at the Big Data in Biomedicine conference May 21-23 at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Stanford-India team licenses design to make $5 leg splint for trauma victims
India has the highest number of traffic accidents in the world, many of which result in serious injuries due to the legions of pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists sharing the roads with cars.
Mobile devices help remove barriers to fresh food
It’s just a third of a mile from the East Palo Alto farmers’ market to Runnymede Garden Apartments — the city’s only housing facility for seniors and adults with disabilities - but to the building’s residents, it might as well be a trek up Mount Everest.
Larry Chu on social media and medicine
How is social media changing medicine and medical research? Well, that's the very question the Medicine 2.
Elias Aboujaoude discusses how online personas affect lives
In this podcast, Stanford psychiatrist Elias Aboujaoude, MD, discusses his new book, Virtually You: The Dangerous Powers of the E-Personality, which explores how our online traits are unconsciously being imported into our offline lives.
Jennifer Aaker on using social media to improve public health
The 100,000 Cheeks campaign aims to increase the number of people enrolled in the international bone marrow registry.
David Gaba on simulation technology
More than 20 years ago, David Gaba, MD, created one of the first patient simulators: a dummy used to teach intubation.
David Blumenthal on electronic health records
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act allocated $19.2 billion for health information technology.