Researchers from Stanford have developed a wearable sensor to monitor the size of tumors, which could assist new cancer drug evaluations.
Researchers found that couples who share similar brain activity while watching movie scenes about marriage report happier relationships.
Researchers conducted a study to look back at 50 years of innovation, tracking how trends in technology have changed.
Tait Shanafelt discusses physician suicide as a national crisis, and how to support health care workers' mental health.
Researchers are addressing bias in algorithms that detect dermatology diseases by adding more diverse skin tone images to data sets.
Students and physicians at Stanford created a program called Telehelp Ukraine to serve health care needs of those in Ukraine.
By harnessing an antibody most overlooked, researchers devise a new possible way to stop viruses, even as they evolve.
Researchers have created a menstrual pad that can passively help detect HPV, potentially offering a screening method other than pap smears.
Researchers are harnessing an imaging technique called cryogenic electron microscopy to design drugs and better understand disease.
Stanford Medicine professor Emmanuel Mignot answers questions about sleep age, emphasizing the importance of developing good sleep hygiene.
A Stanford infectious disease expert explains why a recent case of monkeypox transmission at a crowded festival isn’t cause for alarm.
We explore the most basic molecular elements of human biology in the lead story for the latests issue of Stanford Medicine magazine.
Benedikt Geier traverses academic fields in pursuit of a chemical analysis that images the intimate relationships between microbe and host.
Teens and preteens are now able to get more sleep, thanks to a new California law that pushes back school start times.
A new testing tool helps doctors avoid unnecessary antibiotic treatment in patients with diarrhea and suspected C. diff infection.
The Community College Outreach Program offers mentorship and paid internships to community college students pursuing science careers.