Post-Nobel Prize announcement, we're spotlighting the science behind the mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine and how it may impact medicine broadly.
Stanford Medicine infectious disease expert Anne Liu provides guidance on the RSV, flu and new COVID-19 vaccines this fall.
Scientists explain a key difference between the spike-protein molecules generated by the SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine and those the virus induces.
Researchers at Stanford Medicine have investigated the mechanism of pulmonary fibrosis caused by long COVID.
Researchers at Stanford are devising new ways to deliver mRNA to the body to facilitate more potent and accurate treatments and vaccines.
This is Part I in a series that will explore the promise, challenges and future of mRNA. Let's count our blessings. The COVID-19 pandemic, from …
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Stanford pathologist speaks to the likelihood of undetectable COVID-19 and best practices for staying safe in the face of uncertainty.
By harnessing an antibody most overlooked, researchers devise a new possible way to stop viruses, even as they evolve.
Researchers are harnessing an imaging technique called cryogenic electron microscopy to design drugs and better understand disease.
Researchers at Stanford Medicine are working to develop antivirals to stop the current pandemic and prevent ones.
Stanford Medicine researchers and others study a deadly virus -- the Nipah virus -- in a high-clearance safety laboratory.
Stanford researchers recommend changes to a report that reviewed a national screening and quarantine program for travelers coming to the US.
Stanford psychiatrist weighs in on how the United States as a community suffers from widespread, prolonged grief, and what we can do.
Researchers have created a new prototype technology to administer vaccines: a 3D printed patch that packs a punch.
Stanford researcher discusses whether free speech rights fuel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation and how that misinformation can be stopped.