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Bringing principles of ethics to AI and drug design

...Branson, PhD, global head of AI and machine learning at the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline, joined Fuchs in the discussion. Branson said that, when thinking about AI and drug development, "You...

...Branson, PhD, global head of AI and machine learning at the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline, joined Fuchs in the discussion. Branson said that, when thinking about AI and drug development, "You...

Stanford undergrads design motivator for at-home physical therapy

As undergraduates in Stanford's Biodesign for Digital Health course, teammates Ryan Kalili and James Savoldelli set out to help injured athletes do their homework -- not their academic homework, but...

As undergraduates in Stanford's Biodesign for Digital Health course, teammates Ryan Kalili and James Savoldelli set out to help injured athletes do their homework -- not their academic homework, but...

The race for a COVID-19 vaccine: What’s ahead

...and distribution. As a research scientist what have you been thinking about these past several months during the pandemic? As a research scientist and as a human being, it's been...

...and distribution. As a research scientist what have you been thinking about these past several months during the pandemic? As a research scientist and as a human being, it's been...

How a psychologist aids health technology innovation

Four Stanford Biodesign Innovation fellows and Douglas Rait, PhD, Biodesign's director of team learning and design, were gathering online for their regular team check-in. Even though the meeting was virtual,...

Four Stanford Biodesign Innovation fellows and Douglas Rait, PhD, Biodesign's director of team learning and design, were gathering online for their regular team check-in. Even though the meeting was virtual,...

How Stanford Hospital became ‘an Internet of things hospital of the first order’

...that accompanies the magazine story. "When you look at this building and its design, it really is designed around that care experience." https://youtu.be/4fDYXHkGoZo The new Stanford Hospital is designed to...

...that accompanies the magazine story. "When you look at this building and its design, it really is designed around that care experience." https://youtu.be/4fDYXHkGoZo The new Stanford Hospital is designed to...

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Sleep and the medical profession: An uneasy relationship

...my appreciation and to acknowledge their role in my growth as a physician.  With graduation looming next spring, I find myself thinking a lot about sleep, and how little I...

...my appreciation and to acknowledge their role in my growth as a physician.  With graduation looming next spring, I find myself thinking a lot about sleep, and how little I...

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Medical student surveys health of nomadic African group, thanks to goats

Hannah Wild was a first-year medical student when she approached Michele Barry, MD, senior associate dean for global health, and asked for help. Wild wanted to design and implement a...

Hannah Wild was a first-year medical student when she approached Michele Barry, MD, senior associate dean for global health, and asked for help. Wild wanted to design and implement a...

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COPD takes center stage at Stanford Medicine X | CHANGE

...solutions to five key problems related to COPD using the principles of Design Thinking. Grace Anne describes herself as, "a very private person," but the lack of awareness and funding...

...solutions to five key problems related to COPD using the principles of Design Thinking. Grace Anne describes herself as, "a very private person," but the lack of awareness and funding...

One bicycle crash and six years of recovery: Part I

In 2013, a few days after Anthony Macchio-Young arrived in the Bay Area with plans to find a job in graphic design, he decided to take his bicycle to San...

In 2013, a few days after Anthony Macchio-Young arrived in the Bay Area with plans to find a job in graphic design, he decided to take his bicycle to San...

Experimenting — and playing: A workshop on creativity

...needed you realize that you needed it after all. Any really smart speculative design person who would come in here and look around would be saying, 'Wow, that idea has...

...needed you realize that you needed it after all. Any really smart speculative design person who would come in here and look around would be saying, 'Wow, that idea has...

Off the beaten path for global health residency

...Chang took a year off to enroll in the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, better known as the d.school, to collaborate with engineers and students in the Graduate School of...

...Chang took a year off to enroll in the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, better known as the d.school, to collaborate with engineers and students in the Graduate School of...

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Stanford Surgery’s decorating contest brings cheer to doctors working over the holidays

...thinking, and increased morale in the workplace,” Blair Feldman, general surgery division manager, explained. “We used the faces of our faculty and staff as the ornaments on our DIY tree;...

...thinking, and increased morale in the workplace,” Blair Feldman, general surgery division manager, explained. “We used the faces of our faculty and staff as the ornaments on our DIY tree;...

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Tech-savvy clinicians take electronic health records to the next level

...designing systems that are easy and intuitive to use.” Schmiesing, an associate professor of anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine, is also a member of Stanford Health Care’s Medical Informatics Directors...

...designing systems that are easy and intuitive to use.” Schmiesing, an associate professor of anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine, is also a member of Stanford Health Care’s Medical Informatics Directors...

Beginnings of FAST: Diversifying science by providing opportunities for high school students

...co-founder Kennard explained, is that it followed the tenets of design thinking and the grad students tailored their approach to the needs of the Andrew Hill community. "Everything about it...

...co-founder Kennard explained, is that it followed the tenets of design thinking and the grad students tailored their approach to the needs of the Andrew Hill community. "Everything about it...

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In the Spotlight: Using bats to understand disease and affect policy

...be experienced in that way in the field of science. What is most fulfilling about your work? Looking at the bigger picture, I’m trying to design my thesis in a...

...be experienced in that way in the field of science. What is most fulfilling about your work? Looking at the bigger picture, I’m trying to design my thesis in a...

Affordable projects tackle real-world problems in developing countries

...workspaces “are littered with Sharpies, duct tape, clothespins, pipe cleaners, photos, and other creativity-inducing clutter.” Through their hands-on projects, students use design thinking to bring a product or service from...

...workspaces “are littered with Sharpies, duct tape, clothespins, pipe cleaners, photos, and other creativity-inducing clutter.” Through their hands-on projects, students use design thinking to bring a product or service from...