Stanford Medicine reports on precision health
The winter issue of the magazine details work at Stanford advancing precision health. Also included is a Q&A with Tom Brokaw and an excerpt from neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi’s best-selling memoir When Breath Becomes Air.
Study finds lower-back MRIs overused at VA
More than one-third of lower back MRIs conducted through the Department of Veterans Affairs are inappropriate, according to a new study.
Symposium to explore gender differences in heart disease, treatment
Heart experts will convene Feb. 24 to discuss the role gender differences play in the research and treatment of heart disease.
New chair of pathology named at Stanford Medicine
Thomas Montine, a neuropathologist, is a national expert in the study of the molecular and structural causes of cognitive decline in aging. He comes to Stanford from the University of Washington.