Spatial mapping of the human maternal fetal interface: a normative template for vascular remodeling and immune tolerance
Michael Angelo, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology
High dimensional imaging platform and imaging human decidua in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy
Ke Leow, Graduate student
Recent data on maternal fetal glycosylation
Insights into metabolic tissue development and function from human genetics
Anna Gloyn, DPhil, Professor of Pediatrics (Endocrinology) and, by courtesy, of Genetics
Nicole Krentz, PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar, Endocrinology and Metabolism
MCHRI News & Updates
Save-the-Date: 2022 Annual MCHRI Symposium
Mark your calendars for the upcoming 5th Annual MCHRI Symposium, set for October 20, 2022! This will be an opportunity for instructors, fellows, residents, postdocs, students, and faculty of all disciplines from Stanford to share their latest research in maternal or child health.
Stanford Medicine News
The Stanford immunologist’s research on how our immune cells recognize pathogens — and what happens when this process goes wrong — paved the way to modern immunology.
An event at Stanford Hospital honors a school of medicine faculty member, a fellow and a student for their efforts to diversify the medical field and promote health equity.
Experts propose revising the legal and medical standard on declaring someone dead based on respiratory function and likelihood of consciousness rather than cessation of brain function.