Innovation Research


Innovation Research

One way that Stanford Biodesign helps to advance the field of health technology innovation is through research.

Our faculty have published innovation and health technology-related articles in a variety of international journals, as well as contributing to textbooks and other professional publications. And our fellows are encouraged to pursue academic publication during their training with us.

To date, roughly one in three alumni fellows have authored at least one peer-reviewed article related to health technology innovation. 

Explore published innovation research from Stanford Biodesigners by browsing a selection of articles in the following broad categories:

The Process of Health Technology Innovation

Research related to the process of innovating in the health technology field, as well as issues including perceived barriers, training programs, ethics, and safety.

Innovations in Practice

Research that examines new approaches, techniques, procedures, and outcomes.

Health Economics and Policy

Research focused on the cost-effectiveness and economic impact of health technologies.

Check back for updates over the coming months as we expand our collection of health technology innovation research. If you are a Stanford student or fellow interested in research related to health technology innovation, contact Dan Azagury about opportunities to get involved.