From the Innovator's Workbench 2019
Stanford Biodesign's annual speaker series has returned. Get your tickets now for April 3, 2019 from 5:30-7:00PM for an evening with Jason Field, CEO of innovative global materials sciences company W.L. Gore, in a one-on-one conversation with David Cassak, co-editor-in-chief of MedTech Strategist.
Recordings from Past Events
Stanford Medicine, 2/5/19 Consortium Fosters Innovation in Pediatric Medical Devices
Learn about the new UCSF-Stanford Pediatric Device Consortium, led on the Stanford side by our assistant fellowship director, James Wall.
Stanford Medicine Scope, 1/30/19 Pediatric Surgeon Specializes in Solving Problems
Get to know Tom Krummel, who discovered medicine by accident, pioneered the use of ECMO in infants and children, and is the co-director of Stanford Biodesign.
Stanford Engineering, 1/23/19 Paul Yock Wins the National Academy of Engineering's Russ Prize
Paul Yock is one of five innovators being honored for developing innovative medical devices that enable minimally invasive treatment of advanced coronary artery disease.
Hospital Insider, 12/18/18 The Asian-centric approach to diabetes
A “diabetes clinic of the future” and other innovations could change diabetes management and treatment in Singapore. "Diabetes technologies developed in the west are not always applicable in Asia," said 2018 Singapore Biodesign fellow Dr. Andrew Chou.
Stanford Scope, 11/06/18 The releuctant entrepreneur: How a Stanford neurosurgeon advanced radiosurgery treatment and access
Dr. John Adler says bringing new medical technologies from ideas into patient care is the hardest thing he’s ever done. “Don’t do it to make money," he cautioned. "Do it because you’re passionate.”
Stanford Engineering, 11/05/18 Through a critical lens: Students identify unmet healthcare needs
Driven by a commitment to improving patient care, students research and validate real-world medical issues.
Venrock Podcast, 10/31/18 Serendipity and Success
Listen in: Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship director Todd Brinton on medical school, mentorship, innovation, and launching Shockwave, a novel treatment for peripheral artery disease.
Stanford Scope, 10/24/18 Raising awareness of rheumatic heart disease in India through biodesign
What happens when the solution needed isn't a medical technology? This Stanford-India Biodesign Fellowship team found a different way to increase awareness of RHD in children in order to improve early diagnosis and treatment.
FAST COMPANY, 10/17/18 WHY DO DIGITAL HEALTH STARTUPS KEEP FAILING?
Many digital health companies fall short because they apply a strategy to healthcare that was developed and refined in the tech sector, an entirely different industry with its own set of rules. Paul Yock explains.
Le Temps, 10/04/18 Quand le «design thinking» révolutionne la médecine
The Swiss Times interviewed assistant director of specialty fellowships Dan Azagury for a full page story about how Stanford Biodesign trains doctors and engineers to identify and solve problems in care.
STANFORD ENGINEERING RESEARCH & IDEAS, 9/14/2018 CAN WE ALL LEARN TO BE CREATIVE?
Tina Seelig, a professor of management science and engineering, says yes. Learm more about her approach to creativity (and hear her "shout out" to Stanford Biodesign's director, Paul Yock!).
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STANFORD MEDICINE CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN DIVERSITY IN MEDICAL EDUCATION, 9/12/2018 MEET NULEAF
NuLeaf is a new mobile application specifically geared towards providing low-income Californians with nutritional guidance and meal planning services. It was developed by a team of five Stanford students in the Biodesign for Mobile Health course.
STANFORD MEDICINE SCOPE, 8/21/2018 NEW BIODESIGN FELLOWS WILL FOCUS ON VISION CARE
Each year, the engineers, physicians, and business people 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.
STANFORD MEDICINE, 8/2/2018 MORE THAN 1.5 MILLION PATIENTS HELPED
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.
LUNAR NEWS, 7/5/2018 AND THE ROBERT HOWARD NEXT STEP AWARD GOES TO
Stanford Biodesign's global faculty trainees, whose project addresses a common pediatric ear disease, received this year's Robert Howard Next Step award.
Stanford Medicine Scope, 6/12/18 Biodesign showcases student health technology projects
Read more about the student-developed medical devices and diagnostics on display at Biodesign's second annual Health Technology Showcase.
Stanford Medicine, 6/1/18 Health Innovation Opportunities for 2017-2018: Stanford Biodesign Faculty Fellows
Read more about this year's Biodesign Faculty Fellows and some of their innovation projects.
Stanford Engineering 6/1/18 Paul Yock Receives the National Academy of Engineering’s Gordon Prize
At a ceremony honoring Yock, Stanford Provost Persis Drell called the award “the most prestigious in engineering education.”
Stanford News, 5/16/18 Stanford's Coulter grants program helps healthcare innovations reach patients
How the Wallace H. Coulter Translational Research Grant Program at Stanford helps healthcare innovators commercialize their solutions so they can reach patients and improve care.
Stanford Medicine Scope, 4/9/18 Countdown to Childx: Medical device innovation for kids with chronic disease
Pediatric cardiologist and Biodesign Innovation Fellowship alum Bronwyn Harris, MD, talks about her start-up company's pediatric asthma monitoring solution and the medtech innovation landscape for kids.
Stanford Medicine Scope, 3/30/18 Helping the Body: Entrepreneur-physician offers insights into biodesign
Serial health technology entrepreneur Josh Makower, MD, provided a behind-the-scenes look at the innovation process at a recent Stanford Biodesign event.
Smithsonian.com, 3/9/18 When Doctors Need New Medical Tools, These Students Are Up To the Challenge
According to Stanford Biodesign Founder Paul Yock and the other university professors quoted in this article, medical device design courses are more than just good education.
Stanford Report, 2/2/18 Solving a Big Problem, Among Some of the Littlest Patients
How a determined team of Stanford students and faculty developed a technology that could improve the odds for critically ill newborns.