Stanford Medicine magazine spotlight: A gift of hope

In donating her 4-year-old daughter’s brain tumor for research after she died of a rare brain cancer, this mom hoped her decision would help change outcomes for other families. Read the full article in the latest edition of Stanford Medicine magazine.

Aug. 10 -Inaugural Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer for Stanford Medicine 

We are delighted to announce that Joyce Sackey, MD, FACP, has been appointed Stanford Medicine’s inaugural Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer. In this role, created based on the recommendations of our Commission on Justice and Equity, Dr. Sackey will amplify, streamline, and align Stanford Medicine’s many diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. She starts at Stanford Medicine on Sept. 1, and you can learn more about Dr. Sackey here.

July 27 - Mentor a clinician-scientist

The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance Clinician-Scientist Fellowship program is seeking interdisciplinary, collaborative mentors with research foci that will advance human performance. Learn more.

July 12 - Elevating Our Stanford Medicine Brand

On July 26, we introduced the updated Stanford Medicine branding to the public. Internally, each organization within Stanford Medicine began elevating the Stanford Medicine brand on July 12, visually aligning their individual brands and sharing a consistent language to tell our collective brand story. Stanford Medicine comprises the School of Medicine and the pediatric and adult health care delivery systems. We encourage you to update your email signature and use the branded letterhead and PowerPoint templates located in the brand portalLearn more.

Aug. 4 - Q&A: A year in the life of the mouse lemur

Computational biologist Shixuan Liu is an interdisciplinary postdoc advancing our understanding of the brain’s molecular “calendar” by studying seasonal rhythms in a diminutive primate called the mouse lemur. Read more.

April 4 - Stanford Medicine Resources in Support of Ukraine

At Stanford Medicine, we share a commitment to improving people’s health – in our community and far beyond. In this spirit, we want to acknowledge those who have reached out about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the country’s rapidly deteriorating humanitarian situation. Please refer to this list if you are seeking ways to support Ukraine, created by our colleagues at the Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health. 

February 7 - One-stop resource: COVID-19 isolation, testing, and vaccination information

This one-stop shop has been curated for Stanford Medicine employees to reference the latest COVID-19 testing, isolation and booster updates. Please use this page to find the most current information.

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