Welcome to the Future of Health Care

At Stanford Biodesign, we bring the world’s most promising minds into our circle to investigate, inspire, and innovate a healthier world for all.

Our Programs

Stanford Biodesign is at the center of an unparalleled health technology innovation community. One way to become part of our network is by participating in our programs. If you’re passionate about improving health through technology, find the program that’s right for you.

Our Impact

Stanford Biodesigners have realized extraordinary accomplishments that multiply as they advance in their careers. Many of our trainees found start-up companies or become corporate innovators in the health technology field. Some go on to teach health technology innovation or start new biodesign training programs at companies and universities around the world. The net impact—and “multiplier” effect—of our collective work is clear.

  • 184 fellows trained since 2001
  • 1,000 Stanford students trained since 2005
  • 500K patients treated with technologies our trainees initiated while at Biodesign

Giving

Help us unleash the power of innovation in health technology. With your support, we can teach and spread the biodesign innovation process for generations to come. And we can focus on solving today’s major threats to health technology innovation, so that our trainees can continue to deliver breakthrough solutions for the world’s greatest health challenges.

  • November 3, 2017
    Save the Date — Please join us for the 19th annual Thomas J. Fogarty lecture "Focus on Innovation," featuring Jessica Mega, Chief Medical Officer, Verily.
    Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
    Time: 4:00-5:00 pm
    Location: Berg Hall, LKSC, Stanford University
    Contact ksochan@stanford.edu with questions.
  • September 19, 2017
    An Engineering Course Aims to Solve Real-World Problems in Health Care — The challenges are real. Failure is common. But the accomplishments in the Bioengineering Capstone Course show that these graduating seniors are poised for leadership.
  • August 10, 2017
    Stanford Students Develop App to Boost Nutrition for Low Income Californians — Learn about a team of Stanford Biodesign students that is developing an app to help low-income Californians improve their diet.
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    Contact Us

    We are happy to answer questions about fellowships, courses, events, giving opportunities, and other activities at Stanford’s Byers Center for Biodesign.

    • Address
      James H. Clark Center
      318 Campus Drive
      E100
      Stanford, CA 94305-5428
    • Phone
      (650) 736-1160
    • Email
      biodesign@stanford.edu