Stanford Pathology News
Small Changes Reap Big Rewards
In a short period of time, the group has devised a number of new ways to dramatically improve operations without any increase in staff…
Cellular Censuses to Guide Cancer Care
In the age of immunotherapy, cancer biologists are relying on a new generation of tools to learn how the interplay between tumours and immune cells shapes the course of disease.
Stanford Molecular Pathology Laboratory designated as NCI-MATCH testing Laboratory
This means that Stanford patients who wish to participate in the NCI-MATCH clinical trial now can do so based on the results of our STAMP (Stanford Actionable Mutation Panel) assay without the need for additional testing…
Research Retreat Winners 2018
Acknowledged for most outstanding abstracts and presentation…
An Announcement from the Chair
In memoriam, Dr. Robert Rouse…
Modern Medicine Challenges the Crucial Bond Between Doctors and Patients
The discovery that she had the disease she devotes her career to…
Two Young Cancer Researchers Receive Awards from Parker Institute
The awards are designed to help train the next generation of scientists in cancer immunotherapy…
Researchers Use Long-read Genome Sequencing for First Time in a Patient
Stanford scientists have used a next-generation technology called long-read sequencing to diagnose a patient’s rare genetic condition that current technology failed to diagnose…
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