This new issue of Stanford Medicine magazine reports on emerging research and innovative treatments to improve mental health.

A leader in the biomedical revolution, Stanford Medicine has a long tradition of leadership in pioneering research, creative teaching protocols and effective clinical therapies.

Speakers at the ceremony that awarded PhD, MD and master’s degrees encourage students to adopt optimism, listen to their muse and dance to their own beat

Researchers have identified six subtypes of depression, paving the way toward personalized treatment.

Researchers discover genetic biomarkers that can predict the breast cancer subtype a patient is likely to develop.

A class of blood pressure drugs appears to reduce the chance of developing epilepsy.

New research in mice has found that the process of adaptive myelination, which helps the brain learn new skills, can also promote addiction to opioids.