Latest information on COVID-19

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  • 2020 Annual Report

    The theme of our 2020 report focuses on how we’re extending our reach in diverse ways.

  • COVID-19 Updates

    Stanford’s Health Alerts website has been updated with the latest information on COVID-19, including guidance for researchers and tips for self-care.

  • A New Class of Residents Match to Stanford

    The news spread online, with excited emails and shared photos and celebrations at a responsible social distance: the newest class of residents has just matched to Stanford.

Medicine Grand Rounds - Focusing on COVID-19

Upcoming Medicine Grand Rounds

Updates on COVID-19

Time: April 1 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Location: Virtual attendance only. Join via Zoom

Presenters: Megan Mahoney, MD; Sam Shen, MD; Neera Ahuja, MD; and Norm Rizk, MD

Question and Answer Session: Marisa Holubar, MD; all presenters above

Recordings of Past Medicine Grand Rounds

March 25: COVID-19 Panel

Presenters: Megan Mahoney, MD; Sam Shen, MD; Neera Ahuja, MD; and Norm Rizk, MD

March 18: COVID-19 Panel

Presenters: Megan Mahoney, MD; Sam Shen, MD; Neera Ahuja, MD; and Norm Rizk, MD, Aruna Subramanian, MD, Michele Barry, MD, FACP, Marisa Holubar, MD

March 11: COVID-19 Panel

Presenters: Stan Deresinki, MD; Daniel Shin, MD; Benjamin Pinsky, MD, PhD

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.

A Cardiologist's Search for Medicine's Lost Heart

A Cardiologist's Search for Medicine's Lost Heart An Interview With the National Correspondent for the 'New England Journal of Medicine', Lisa Rosenbaum, MD

Changing the Face of Cardiovascular Medicine: Increasing Gender and Ethnic Diversity

Dr Harrington leads a roundtable discussion on how to attract women and minorities to the practice of cardiology so the physician makeup can better reflect the patient makeup.

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Changing the Face of Cardiovascular Medicine: Increasing Gender and Ethnic Diversity

Dr Harrington leads a roundtable discussion on how to attract women and minorities to the practice of cardiology so the physician makeup can better reflect the patient makeup.

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