Every Day is Bike to Work Day—Ride Your Bike! While May is National Bike Month, biking isn’t limited to one month a year. Even during shelter-in-place, we continue to celebrate riding whenever and wherever we can. To ensure you and your fellow riders are doing what you can to stay safe, follow the Centers for …

Every Day is Bike to Work Day—Ride Your Bike! While May is National Bike Month, biking isn’t limited to one month a year. Even during shelter-in-place, we continue to celebrate riding whenever and wherever we can. To ensure you and your fellow riders are doing what you can to stay safe, follow the Centers for …

Every Day is Bike to Work Day—Ride Your Bike! While May is National Bike Month, biking isn’t limited to one month a year. Even during shelter-in-place, we continue to celebrate riding whenever and wherever we can. To ensure you and your fellow riders are doing what you can to stay safe, follow the Centers for …

Every Day is Bike to Work Day—Ride Your Bike! While May is National Bike Month, biking isn’t limited to one month a year. Even during shelter-in-place, we continue to celebrate riding whenever and wherever we can. To ensure you and your fellow riders are doing what you can to stay safe, follow the Centers for …

Stanford Bio-X Talks in English (T.I.E.) Introducing a broad range of scientific research in the Stanford Bio-X community through jargon-free lectures and discussion. 12:00 PM HAWA RACINE THIAM, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering “Toward Controlling Neutrophil Functions – Measuring, Modeling, Reconstituting”   12:30 PM ROGELIO HERNÁNDEZ-LÓPEZ, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering and of Genetics “Reprogramming molecular circuits …

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up for AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

Stanford Medcast is an educational podcast ideal for the clinician on the go. Hot topics in medicine, healthcare and education are discussed with world leading physicians and scientists.  Current Series:  Hot Topics Mini-Series Covid-19 Mini-Series Pediatric Pulse Mini-Series Streaming now on all major podcast platforms.

Learn what to do if you have to be the first responder Stop the Bleed is a nationwide program designed to empower civilian bystanders to act quickly and save lives—and Stanford Medicine is bringing it to our community. Join us for a one-hour, hands-on training taught by Stanford Trauma staff to learn techniques to quickly …