Chief Residents Announced for 2024-25
The class of 2024-25 Chief Residents have been announced: Hayley Galitzer, Vishnu Nair, Sulaiman Somani, and Celeste Witting.
RADx Data Hub
The data hub is part of the larger RADx initiative, a national call for scientists & organizations to contribute their ideas for new COVID-19 testing approaches, from basic studies to clinical trials to understanding barriers to access for underserved populations.
Remembering William S. Robinson
Dr. William S. Robinson passed away on March 19, 2023. Members of the Department of Medicine remember Dr. Robinson and share thoughts on his impact and the good he brought to others lives.
2022 Hewlett Award
The 2022 Hewlett Award winner is Richard T. Hoppe, MD, a trailblazer for new cancer treatments and innovator of techniques for the delivery of radiation.
Team Science Tackles Antibiotic Resistant Infections
Stanford Department of Medicine scientists are launching an experimental team science approach using phages, cutting-edge, novel therapies for treating bacterial infections, including wounds and burns.
Symposium on Rare But Fatal Disease to Bring Worldwide Experts to Stanford
A worldwide team of medical scientists will convene April 13-14 on Stanford campus to apply lessons learned from the Aminorex epidemic during a two-day Drug-induced Pulmonary Hypertension (DIPH) Symposium.
Janet Tillman on Her Life as an SP and GTA
In her roles as a standardized patient (SP) and gynecological teaching associate (GTA), Janet Tillman has helped medical students learn how to conduct exams as well as master other basic skills including patient interaction, diagnoses, and more.
Sustainability Mini Grants Have Everyday Impacts
Clinicians in the School of Medicine address climate change by leading practical projects under the new Sustainability Seed Grant Program.
Department of Medicine Ranks Eighth in New NIH Research Rankings
Stanford Department of Medicine ranked eighth among departments of medicine nationwide in total NIH research funding for fiscal year 2022. The department received $172.6 million in total awards.
A Tele-helping Hand: Bringing Telehealth to Patients in Ukraine
Telehelp Ukraine, started by Stanford medical students, provides telehealth medical support and appointments to patients in Ukraine.
Join us as we simultaneously explore both the Department of Medicine's current and past accomplishments. View publication
Each month, the Department of Medicine honors a staff member who contributes to our mission through their exceptional dedication, initiative, motivation, positive attitude, customer service and passion about their work. Meet the recipients