Stanford Medical Center professor Jose Montoya, who was fired after a University investigation found that he had violated University code of conduct related to sexual harassment, misconduct and assault, said he “sincerely apologize[s]” to anyone who he “offended.”
Violations of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct were among the reasons for the recent firing of former Stanford Medical Center professor Jose Montoya.
Dr. John Morton will be leaving his position as Chief of Bariatric and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Stanford in July to assume a position as Vice Chair for Quality at Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Surgery.
Researchers at Stanford have developed a machine learning algorithm, CheXNet, to perform pneumonia diagnosis. In clinical tests, the algorithm performed accurate diagnosis at slightly better rates than doctors.
Union supporters and hospital workers protest Stanford Health Care’s employee treatment in the midst of growing hospital-acquired infection rates. Meanwhile, Stanford Health Care tries to reach a settlement with the union through negotiations.
Mariann Byerwalter ’82, a longtime member and former chair of the Stanford Health Care Board of Directors, has been selected as interim president and CEO of Stanford Health Care (SHC). Byerwalter will transition into her new role, officially beginning on Jan. 2, 2016, during the last two months of current president and CEO Amir Dan Rubin’s tenure.
Three months after his evacuation from Sierra Leone, Dr. Ian Crozier found Ebola in his eye. This was after he was declared cured of the illness he had fought first as a volunteer doctor with the World Health Organization (WHO), and later as patient. His case is part of a growing body of evidence that…
Anne Glenister Crowe, who was the assistant director of the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics, died of cancer on Oct. 2 at age 48. A memorial service that is open to all members of the Stanford community will be held on Oct. 16 at 10 a.m. in Memorial Church.