The Global Biodesign course teaches students about the global landscape for developing and implementing innovative health technologies and key issues affecting the ability to bring new solutions to patients around the world.
The Biodesign for Digital Health course kicked off under lead director Oliver Aalami, MD. Students will hear from over 50 industry experts during the 10-week course while working on need-based digital health projects.
20th Annual Thomas J. Fogarty Lecture “Sometimes an Entrepreneur, ALWAYS a Doctor” Featuring: Johnathan R. Adler, MD Date: October 26, 2018 Time: 4-5:00 pm Location: Berg Hall, Li Ka Shing Center, Stanford University Register today
Why do digital health startups keep failing?October 17, 2018 — The “move fast and break things” approach that works in tech doesn’t translate well to healthcare. Instead, digital health startups should try need-driven innovation. Read More
New Biodesign fellows will focus on vision careAugust 21, 2018 — Each year, the engineers, physicians, and business specialists selected to be Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellows arrive on campus without knowing the clinical specialty they will focus on. But now the news is out. Read More
ProgramsIf you’re passionate about improving health through technology, we can help you find the program that’s right for you.300+ More than 300 fellows, students, faculty, and executives trained per year
Our ImpactStanford Biodesigners achieve amazing results as teachers, corporate innovators, and founders of health tech start-ups.47 47 companies launched from technologies initiated at Biodesign
GivingWith your support, we can continue to bring life-changing health technologies to people everywhere.1.5M+ more than 1.5 million patients helped by Biodesign-originated products