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  • 2018 Annual Report

    The theme of our third annual publication is knowledge: we create it, we share it, we apply it, and we translate it.

  • A Look Back: Top Stories of 2017

    From a glimpse into the lives of dual-doctor families to the launch of a new initiative with Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, here are the stories that drew the most visitors to the Department of Medicine site last year.

  • 2018 Stanford Internal Medicine Residency Online Chat

    This year Stanford introduced its Internal Medicine Residency Program with a Zoom chat with a panel made up of doctors and current and former residents. Prospective residents were invited to ask any and all questions they might have about the program.

Medicine Grand Rounds

February 21, 2018

Electronic Cigarettes: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Presenter: Robert Jackler, MD

February 28, 2018

The RCT is Dead; Long Live the RCT
Presenter: Derek Angus, MD, MPH, FRCP

Featured Events

Human Intelligence & Artificial Intelligence in Medicine Symposium

April 17, 2018

This symposium at the intersection of the art, science, engineering, and economics of medicine seeks to engage clinicians, patients, engineers, philosophers, entrepreneurs, academics, and more.


Stanford Cancer Immunotherapy and Blood and Marrow Transplant Symposium: Update on Current Advances in BMT and Cancer Immunotherapy

April 20 - 21, 2018

This CME activity seeks to fulfill the need in the transplant and cellular therapeutics community to increase and improve knowledge as well as management skillset in performing stem cell transplantation and cellular therapeutics to optimize patients’ clinical outcomes. The conference will utilize lectures, debate and panel discussion to achieve the educational objectives.


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.

The Complexities Behind High Prescription Prices

This week, I have been thinking through some of the issues and news on prescription drug prices in the United States. Certainly, this was a big topic in the last election. When Rob Califf, a cardiologist well known to this audience, was put forward...

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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Upcoming Events

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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