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20th Annual Thomas J. Fogarty Lecture: Focus on Innovation
Featuring John R. Adler, Jr., MD, world-renowned inventor of the CyberKnife and the related field of image-guided therapeutic radiation
Friday, October 26, 2018
4pm | Clark Center Auditorium
Registration is now open
The Fogarty lectureship was established to bring together a diverse community in Silicon Valley focusing on leaders in discovery, invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship. This event is sponsored by the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign and the Fogarty Institute for Innovation.
Recordings from Past Events
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.
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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.
Stanford News, 1/8/18 Paul Yock Wins National Academy of Engineering’s Gordon Prize
Stanford Biodesign's founder, Paul Yock, was recently honored with the 2018 Bernard M. Gordon prize for innovation in engineering and technology education.
Stanford Medicine Scope, 11/17/17 Verily Executive Outlines Future Healthcare Goals at Fogarty Lecture
According to Jessica Mega, CMO at Verily, new technologies to collect, understand, and act on data will enable us to predict and prevent disease.
Stanford Medicine, 10/18/17 Stanford Surgeons Use VR to Enhance Education
Surgeons such as Stanford Biodesign faculty member James Wall are using virtual reality in innovative ways to improve medical education.
Stanford Engineering News, 9/19/17 An Engineering Course Aims to Solve Real-World Problems in Healthcare
The challenges are real. Failure is common. But the accomplishments in the Bioengineering Capstone Course show that these graduating seniors are poised for leadership.
Stanford Medicine Scope, 9/14/17 Biodesign Fellows to Focus on Innovation in Orthopedics
Learm more about the clinical focus area for this year's Biodesign Innovation Fellows.
Stanford Medicine Scope, 8/10/17 Stanford Students Develop App to Boost Nutrition for Low-Income Californians
Read about a team of Stanford Biodesign students that is developing an app to help low-income Californians improve their diet.
Stanford Medicine News, 6/28/17 Richard Popp Receives Hewlett Award
Dr. Richard Popp, Stanford Biodesign’s Director for Ethics and Policy, received the prestigious Albion Walter Hewlett Award, which honors an "exceptional physician with ties to Stanford."
6/19/17 Stanford Medicine 2017 Health Trends Report: Harnessing the Power of Data in Health
The inaugural issue of the Stanford Medicine health care trends report shows that big data will transform health care in the future but that more needs to be done to train doctors and patients in data management and analysis. The report references Stanford Biodesign as an example of a group on campus using new technologies to develop predictive devices to prevent disease before it strikes.