The applications for AI in medicine are being explored deeply at Stanford Medicine and elsewhere. Putting guardrails in place now is crucial.
Stanford Medicine infectious disease expert Anne Liu provides guidance on the RSV, flu and new COVID-19 vaccines this fall.
Stanford Medicine celebrates the contributions, care, and research that's by and for the Hispanic community.
Bonnie Maldonado speaks to the importance of broadening inclusivity of clinical trials to ensure treatments work for all people.
A new survey of an under-explored aspect of human biology uncovers the many roles of the body’s “greasy molecules.”
A drug created by Stanford Medicine scientists aimed at a ‘Velcro’-like protein reduces ALS symptoms and improves survival in mice.
Stanford Medicine researchers have found a way to track vision performance and eye health through video games.
Researchers found that a mindset intervention could improve the self-reported overall quality of life for adults undergoing cancer treatment.
Stanford Medicine researchers create a new AI-powered algorithm that analyzes pathology images based on data from Twitter, now known as X.
Addiction expert Keith Humphreys discusses how to change the opioid narrative and treat the condition like a chronic disease.
Stanford Medicine headache fellow Sheena Pillai explains what doctors know about migraine attacks and describes treatment options.
Stanford Medicine researchers showed that risk of dementia increases for people previously diagnosed with depression.
Stanford Medicine scientists devised a cancer imaging technology that opens doors to new research questions and precision medicine.
Stanford Medicine researchers and leaders discuss the need for medical and health professionals to shape the creation of large language models.
Researchers developed a novel way to image inflammation in multiple sclerosis, a disease that is notoriously difficult to diagnose early.
Scientists explain a key difference between the spike-protein molecules generated by the SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine and those the virus induces.