If you were on Facebook or Twitter a couple days ago, you probably saw a lot of posts about people coming out or heard about Katy Perry helping a fan propose. The month of October is, among many other things, known as LGBTQ+ History Month. Specifically, Oct. 11 is known to many as National Coming Out…
A five-percent drop in measles vaccine coverage would triple the number of infections in children, according to Stanford researchers.
A new cell cutting device developed by Stanford scientists in the Tang Lab speeds up the cell division process and allows for research in cell repair. Implications of the device could lead to reducing the effects of cancer and degenerative diseases.
Students seeking a “needs-driven” approach to were recently put through a series of emotionally frustrating hospital simulations to deepen their perspectives on medical challenges.
For the first time, Stanford researchers have created a protein transporter simulation of sugar molecules across cell membranes, providing insight into the development of neurotransmitter drugs for treatment of psychiatric disorders like depression.
Researchers at Stanford have made mice glow using a new gene therapy technique, showing that the process can work on living animals. It has a variety of applications to many central problems in biology and medicine, including immunology and cancer research.
Stanford’s School of Medicine has launched a new master’s program in physician assistant (PA) studies that will train clinicians beginning fall of 2017.
Professor of medicine and writer Abraham Verghese was awarded the National Humanities Medal for the 2015 year at the White House on Sept. 22.