Celebrating 1.5 Million Patients Helped

Stanford Biodesign is proud that technologies initiated by our trainees during their time in our programs have been used to care for more than a million patients...and counting!

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What's Happening at BioDesign

  • MORE THAN 1.5 MILLION PATIENTS HELPED August 2, 2018 — Stanford Biodesign trainees have developed new medical devices and diagnostics that have been used to care for more than 1.5 million patients so far.
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  • Biodesign showcases student health technology projects June 12, 2018 — Thirteen student-developed medical devices and diagnostics were on display at Biodesign's second annual Health Technology Showcaset.
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  • Paul Yock receives the National Academy of Engineering's Gordon Prize  June 1, 2018— At a ceremony honoring Yock, Stanford Provost Persis Drell called the award “the most prestigious in engineering education.”
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  • Programs If 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 Impact Stanford Biodesigners achieve amazing results as teachers, corporate innovators, and founders of health tech start-ups. 47 47 companies launched from technologies initiated at Biodesign
  • Giving With 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

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