Stanford Medicine is an integrated academic health system comprising our school of medicine and pediatric and adult health care delivery systems. Together, we harness the full potential of biomedicine through collaborative research, education, and clinical care for patients of all ages.
From Bench to Bedside
Our research informs and enhances our patient care, and what we learn from clinical practice and trials enables vital discoveries and innovations. Precision health is at the core of what we do: preventing disease before it strikes and treating it decisively when it does.
Working together, Stanford Medicine is expanding what we know about science and medicine every day. Collaboration between our organizations helps breakthroughs happen faster and reach wider, improving outcomes both here and around the globe.
The Stanford Cancer Institute is focused on pushing the limits of what we can do and what we know. Discover the future of cancer.
We lead the way in expanding knowledge about COVID-19; now researchers find nasal injections could treat long-term smell loss.
Faster, safer pediatric MRI scans: A Stanford Maternal & Child Health Research Institute faculty scholar transforms diagnostic imaging for children.
Stanford Medicine teams find biomarkers that predict the common, severe pregnancy complication of preeclampsia
Stanford Health Care is named a top teaching hospital by The Leapfrog Group, a leader in U.S. hospital quality ratings
New Stanford School of Medicine master’s program trains students in taking basic science research findings from the lab to patient care
To train physicians and algorithms in dermatology diversity, Stanford Medicine builds a database of dermatological images from people of color
REACH trains a new generation of leaders in medicine and science who will actively promote health equity, racial equity, and social justice
When pediatric cancer lasts into adulthood, Stanford Medicine children’s and adult care teams collaborate to provide specialized treatment
Stanford Medicine surgeon saves a guardsman’s life with a complex heart surgery, part of our long tradition of breaking ground in heart procedures
Exceptional lifelong care for congenital heart disease takes a trusted team approach: one patient’s story from childhood to adulthood
Michael Lim, MD, chair of the department of neurosurgery, is known for his expertise in treating the severe facial pain of trigeminal neuralgia
Using a minimally invasive procedure he invented, a surgeon at Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley fixes a patient’s atrial fibrillation
"We Ask Because We Care", our initiative to ensure we understand and meet the ethnic and cultural needs of our patients, is key to excellent care
Stanford Medicine Stories
Stanford Medicine magazine highlights stories of innovation, collaboration, and impact. See how we unite our diverse perspectives and collective expertise in research, education, and care for the greater good.
Our world is constantly changing. And every day, Stanford Medicine advances our understanding. Our world-class school of medicine and pediatric and adult health care systems work together, expanding what we know and sharing what we discover. Watch our video to learn more.