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  • GI Fellows Among Top Finishers in 2016 Jeopardy Competition

    Stanford GI fellows Allison Kwong, MD, and Jessica Yu, MD, competed as a two-person team in the 2016 GI Jeopardy.


  • Wendy Caceres’s Early Focus Is on Education and Service

    Just a few years out of her own residency in internal medicine, clinical instructor of general medical disciplines Wendy Caceres, MD, is enjoying several roles as clinician, mentor to medical students and residents, and educator.


  • Steve Goodman, MD, MHS, PhD, Baritone

    Five years into his Stanford career, Steve Goodman looks back at how he learned to unlock his rich, resonant baritone and what he then did with it.


  • Awards and Honors: December 2016

    Celebrating the accomplishments and achievements of Department of Medicine faculty and staff.


Medicine Grand Rounds

November 30 @ 8-9 am

With Marlene Rabinovitch

LKSC, Berg Hall, 2nd Floor

December 7 @ 8-9 am

With John Spertus

LKSC, Berg Hall, 2nd Floor

Faculty Activities Of Note

Research Corner with Ken Mahaffey

Vice Chair of Clinical Research Ken Mahaffey sits down with Rebecca McCue to discuss clinical research at Stanford.

SPRINT: Why Hasn't The Low BP Goal Been Embraced in Practice?

In the latest episode of “The Bob Harrington Show” on Medscape’s theheart.org, Drs Harrington and Weiss discuss the controversial SPRINT trial and why some think its methods are not doable in clinical practice.

Open-Data Movement: Share and Share Alike?

Drs Harrington, Patel, and Cannon discuss the open-data movement and ACCESS CV, a new proposal for collaboration and data sharing.

Divisions in the Department of Medicine

Open-Data Movement: Share and Share Alike?

Drs Harrington, Patel, and Cannon discuss the open-data movement and ACCESS CV, a new proposal for collaboration and data sharing.

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Spotlight

  • Steve Goodman, MD, MHS, PhD, Baritone

    Five years into his Stanford career, Steve Goodman looks back at how he learned to unlock his rich, resonant baritone and what he then did with it.