Since last year, the School of Humanities and Sciences has been working to decrease the time to degree for students in Ph.D. programs.
The program has proven to be a hit among Stanford students and alumni, with seven participating in the program’s first three sessions.
A study led by Professor of Medicine Paul Heidenreich ’84 P.D. ’95 M.S. ’98 has found that by 2030, one of every 33 Americans — more than eight million individuals — will have heart failure and the overall cost of treating heart failure patients will have risen from $31 billion in 2012 to $70 billion in 2030.