We, undersigned hereby former trainees and close colleagues in the United States, Latin America, and Europe, and members of the Colombian Association of Infectious Diseases, want to express the highest level of support for Dr. Jose G. Montoya, whom we have known in his role of mentor, research collaborator, and personal friend. We have been…
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.”
Stanford Biobank has recently launched new services to better track, protect, and share resources while maintaining patient anonymity.
On Nov. 2, the board of directors of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and Stanford Children’s Health appointed Paul King as the organization’s new president and CEO.
On Wednesday, the Stanford School of Medicine held its inaugural LGBTQ+ Forum, aiming to establish a visible space for students, trainees, staff, faculty and alumni to discuss their stories about the LGBTQ+ community. Founded by Timothy Keyes, a fourth-year MD-Ph.D. student, the Forum is a collaboration between the School of Medicine, adult and children medical school hospitals and the wider campus community.
At the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford Medicine pediatric cardiologist David Axelrod is working on using virtual reality (VR) to model heart defects.
Board of Trustees Chair Jeff Raikes ’80 spoke on the University’s ongoing long-range planning process, Budget Plan for the 2018-19 year, Bay Area affordability challenges and investment decisions — among other subjects that emerged in the Board’s meeting on last month.
Stanford Medicine researchers have eliminated cancer in mice by injecting small doses of two separate agents into their tumors. These immune-stimulating agents removed all cancer–even metastases, or secondary growths, that had not yet been treated.