Carlie Arbaugh is dedicated to both surgery and cooking because they demand meticulous attention to detail and the ability to think on your feet.
In his grief over losing his wife, Amir Bahmani realized how much data science could impact medicine and potentially save lives.
Medicine has been the way of connecting both of Brian Smith's passions. “With medicine I could have the intellectual curiosity, but also the chance to talk with people and enjoy the human experience.”
Inspired by her brother Saaz’s experiences, often tagging along on his doctor’s appointments, Binisha Patel was drawn to medicine.
We share the stories and videos published in 2023 on our News Center, Scope and Stanford Medicine magazine sites that resonated most with our readers online and on social media.
'People in the medical humanities space already understand how art can be helpful in patient recovery, but a lot of medicine is really data- and finance-driven,' said Brian R. Smith.
A proud veteran and surgeon, Constance Chu leads the Joint Preservation Center and Sports Medicine program at the Palo Alto VA.
Many people mistakenly assume that because Ronit Mazzoni has been blind since birth, her career choice must have been related to her condition.
Emergence comprises some 100 experts, serving as speakers, advisors or mentors, that guide how to identify societal needs and carry out the entrepreneurial process.
Bright Zhou learned from an interest in studying ancient DNA how storytelling is at the root of good family medicine.
Medical student Melissa Eidman speaks to her motivation to pursue medicine and how it intertwines with her Native heritage.
September is Suicide Prevention Month and mental health experts at Stanford Medicine have important information to share.
Stanford Medicine celebrates the contributions, care, and research that's by and for the Hispanic community.
Stanford Medicine experts, nonprofit leaders, policy makers and others "green" schools and prepare them for a climate resilient future.
Biodesign program trains global fellows to take what they learn about technological innovation back home to train others.
Stanford Medicine researchers, health care workers and staff speak to why they're passionate about LGBTQ+ care, education and advocacy.