Stanford Medicine researchers studied how AI can enhance evaluation of cardiac tests in the clinic and found it improved accuracy.
Supporting Arab American students, community at Stanford Medicine
To better understand health issues for Arab Americans, the Arab Leadership and Advocacy in Medicine group advocates for representation.
How hypnosis can alter the brain’s perception of pain
Stanford Medicine physician David Spiegel, MD, explains how hypnosis can be effective against pain and why some people are more hypnotizable.
Caring for migrants at the border
Stanford Medicine student shares her motivations to advance health literacy and more equitable health outcomes for underserved populations.
Bioluminescence helps researchers develop cancer drugs for brain
A bioluminescent indicator glows when a cancer drug is active inside the brain, identifying which medications cross the blood-brain barrier.
For better video meetings, try taking turns talking
Stanford Medicine scientists have identified how virtual interactions stilt our conversations and what that looks like in the brain.
Making the invisible visible to improve heart surgery outcomes
Scientists find a way in mice to illuminate the cardiac conduction system during surgery to prevent unintended damage to healthy tissue.
Researchers team with CDC to expand adult hepatitis B testing
New CDC recommendation for universal hepatitis B screening could significantly reduce liver cancer in Asians and Black people, researchers say.
Padded helmet cover shows little protection for football players
A foam cap that fits over football helmets seemed to reduce the force of blows in lab experiments — but not on the field.
Emotions, tears flow on Match Day
Stanford medical students learned where they matched, a decision that determines when they will train for the next four years.
Catalyst’s newest cohort spotlights Stanford innovation
Stanford Medicine's Catalyst program, which aims to accelerate impactful health care innovations, launches a new cohort.
Heartbeats and Hiccups: Weaving together advocacy and mental health
Two health care providers discuss the advocacy work that fuels them outside their role and how it intersects with mental health.
Runaway immune reactions cause long COVID breathing problems
Researchers at Stanford Medicine have investigated the mechanism of pulmonary fibrosis caused by long COVID.
Scientists dance the beautiful brain
Stanford Medicine's Medicine & the Muse program hosts a night of neurobiology and dance to feature the intersection of the two.
Inside-out engineering yields better cancer-fighting cells
Stanford Medicine researchers take a unique approach to refine engineered immune cells meant to kill cancer.
It’s hard to pinpoint where you got that food poisoning
In the U.S., the most common culprits causing gastrointestinal distress can linger in your gut for several days before you feel their effects.