At Stanford Biodesign, we bring the world’s most promising minds into our circle to investigate, inspire, and innovate a healthier world for all.
What's Happening at BioDesign
NEW INNOVATION FELLOWSHIP LEADERS
Dan Azagury and James Wall will co-lead the program with help from assistant directors Kate Garrett, Vic McCray, and Sandra Waugh Ruggles. Former director Todd Brinton will stay involved as an advisor.
Thanks to all who participated in our first small group workshop to explore increasing gender diversity in the health technology industry. We look forward to advancing the conversation!
SPRING COURSE SPOTLIGHT
Enrollment is open for "Technology Assessment and Regulation of Medical Devices," taught by Professor Jan Pietzsch. Stanford students can register through Axess, others can participate through the Stanford Center for Professional Development
From the Innovator's Workbench 2019 April 3, 2019 —Join us for the kickoff of Stanford Biodesign's annual speaker series with special guest Jason Field, new President and CEO of global materials science company WL Gore. Learn More and Register
A Better Way to Resuscitate: March 12, 2019 — Birth asphyxia causes more than half a million newborn deaths each year. Learn how Stanford-India Biodesign Fellows invented a device to make resuscitation easier. Read More
Consortium fosters innovation in pediatric medical devices:February 5, 2019 — Learn about the new UCSF-Stanford Pediatric Device Consortium, led on the Stanford side by our assistant fellowship director, James Wall. 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.50 50 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