Lisa Wise-Faberowski, who studied a rare congenital heart condition as well as the effects of anesthesia on children’s developing brains, died at 57.
Neurobiologist Denis Baylor dies at 82
Baylor, former chair of the Department of Neurobiology, gained international recognition for discovering the electrical language used by the retina to translate light from the outside world into signals that the brain reads.
Immunologist Samuel Strober dies at 81
Strober, a professor and former chief of immunology and rheumatology, found a way for transplant recipients to reduce or abandon immunosuppressive drugs yet avoid organ rejection.
William Northway dies at 89
The Stanford pediatric radiologist, after noticing a new and disturbing pattern among lung X-rays of premature infants, forever altered treatment for the smallest babies.
Hematologist Steven Coutre dies
Steven Coutre was known for his research on chronic lymphocytic leukemia, his humility and his love of traveling and family.
Healthy-aging proponent James Fries dies at 83
The professor of rheumatology and immunology created an early computer database to follow rheumatology patients. The knowledge he gained from it precipitated his “compression of morbidity” hypothesis.
Epidemiologist Jennifer Kelsey dies
Kelsey was known for her teaching skills, her expertise in musculoskeletal disorders and her love of golden retrievers.
Paul Auerbach dies at 70
Paul Auerbach, a professor emeritus of emergency medicine at Stanford, led a life of inspiration, adventure and compassion, according to his colleagues.
Psychiatrist Herbert Leiderman dies
Leiderman led groundbreaking research into infant and child development that helped change the way the world viewed newborns.
Jack Remington dies at 90
The Stanford physician devised a test that saved babies’ lives by showing whether they needed immediate treatment for a parasitic disease called toxoplasmosis.
Biochemist Robert Baldwin dies at 93
Baldwin propelled leaps in scientists’ understanding of how proteins assemble themselves into the three-dimensional shapes that are essential to their function.
Bioethicist Ernlé Young dies at 88
An anti-apartheid activist, humanitarian, theologian, scholar, outdoorsman and skilled woodworker, Young co-founded the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics.
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