The San Francisco 49ers aren’t going to the Super Bowl alone– they’re taking a piece of Stanford with them: their medical director, Daniel Garza ’91 M.D. ’00.
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Fifty percent of young women did not resume using condoms after they stopped taking hormonal contraception pills, according to a study conducted by Stanford Medical School researchers.
A Stanford Medical School study has concluded that the microbiome – the collective genetic material of microbes in a given environment – in a healthy… Continue Reading »
Elliot Levinthal, a Stanford professor of mechanical engineering and founder of the Levinthal Fellows program in creative writing, died on Jan. 14 in Palo Alto, at the age of 89.
Stanford’s School of Medicine expanded its social networking this fall and launched the Community Academic Profiles Network (CAP Network), a private, internal social-networking service designed specifically for the medical community at Stanford, including students, faculty and staff members.
Zurich Healthcare has entered into a new relationship with Stanford Hospital and Clinics Risk Consulting (SRC). Zurich customers now have access to various services, including consulting and enterprise risk management, offered by SRC at a discounted rate.
Researchers equipped Stanford football players with hi-tech mouthpieces capable of registering the force of impact as part of a study conducted by the School of Medicine. The research hopes to provide more data on concussions, including what type of plays or hits are more likely to cause concussions in athletes who play contact sports.
Thanks to a new effort to bring politics and public health together in an accessible way, voters on Tuesday will now be able to receive influenza vaccines and cast their votes in one convenient trip. School of Medicine faculty and students have been working with local government officials to provide free or low-cost vaccines at two polling stations in Palo Alto and San Jose.