New Workshop Series for Clinician Educators and Clinical Researchers  Redesigning Patient Centered Care: A collaborative design thinking experience for clinicians, researchers and patients Recurring every 3rd Tuesday until June. Lunch will be provided. Schedule and[...]
Cancer Education Seminar Series - Surgical Considerations for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancers @ Stanford Cancer Center, 2nd Floor CC-2103, 2104, & 2105 | Palo Alto | California | United States
The Stanford School of Medicine & the Division of Oncology present: The Cancer Education Seminar Series Topic: Thoracic Cancers “Surgical Considerations for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer” Presenter: Dr. Doug Liou, MD    
November Cancer Education Seminar Schedule @ Stanford Cancer Center, 2nd Floor CC-2103, 2104, & 2105 | Palo Alto | California | United States
    November 2018 – Thoracic Cancers November 6 “Managing side effects from lung cancer therapy” Kavitha Ramchandran, MD Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine (Oncology) Stanford University Medical Center November 13 “Imaging immunotherapy response and[...]
Medicine Grand Rounds: Genetic Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction of Women's Cancers: Progress and Challenges @ LKSC Berg Hall | Palo Alto | California | United States
Presenter: Allison Kurian, MD, M.Sc. Associate Professor of Oncology and Health Research and Policy, Stanford University Allison W. Kurian, M.D., M.Sc. is an Associate Professor of Medicine and of Health Research and Policy at Stanford[...]
Stanford University The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Cardiology Grand Rounds Presents     Risheen Reejhsinghani, MD “Cardio-Rheumatology: A Journey from Arthritis to Aortitis”     Session Objective(s): Identify the cardiac manifestations of common rheumatologic/ autoimmune diseases[...]
BMIR Research in Progress: Jason Fries, PhD "Program Your Training Data! Using Medical Domain Knowledge to Learn From Unlabeled Data” @ MSOB, Conference Room X275 | Stanford | California | United States
Jason Fries, PhD, Research Scientist, BMIR, Stanford University ABSTRACT: In biomedicine, obtaining expert-labeled training data is a key bottleneck to using machine learning methods. However, recent efforts such as Stanford’s Snorkel system are creating new[...]
This course, broken into two modules, provides a step-by-step model for how to: design and conduct clinical research at Stanford. More information and event registration Module 1: Science of Research Thursdays, starting Nov. 1 | 3:30[...]
Rheumatology Grand Rounds: A Clinical Case Discussion @ Blake Wilbur 1st Floor Conference Room  | Palo Alto | California | United States
Presenter: Kathleen Kolstad, MD, PhD Rheumatology Fellow
Electrophysiology in the West 2018: The Latest Advances in Arrhythmia Care @ Palo Alto | California | United States
Health care professionals who attend the Electrophysiology in the West conference will increase their fund of knowledge for the management of care for patients with cardiac arrhythmia. Content, delivered by expert faculty from Stanford and[...]
The Successful K Award Application: A Reviewer’s Perspective @ LK320, Li Ka Shing Center | Palo Alto | California | United States
Tuesday, December 4, 2018 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM, LKSC, room 320 Wednesday, December 5, 2018 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM, TBD Offered by the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity The K career development[...]
Medicine Grand Rounds: Advances in diagnosis and treatment of thyroid cancer @ LKSC Berg Hall | Palo Alto | California | United States
Presenter: Electron Kebebew, MD Harry Oberhelman Jr. and Mark Welton Professor of Surgery Electron Kebebew, MD, is an internationally recognized expert in Endocrine Oncology and Surgery. He has performed more than three thousand operations on[...]
The Successful K Award Application: A Reviewer’s Perspective @ LK320, Li Ka Shing Center | Palo Alto | California | United States
Tuesday, December 4, 2018 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM, LKSC, room 320 Wednesday, December 5, 2018 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM, TBD Offered by the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity The K career development[...]
Center for Population Health Sciences Seminar Series: Willem H Ouwehand, University of Cambridge @ Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center, Room 320 | Palo Alto | California | United States
The 100 000 Genomes Project: Relevance for the transfusion community Register Now! The main objectives of the 100,000 Genomes Project are: i) to identify the DNA variants and genes underlying unresolved Mendelian disorders, and ii)[...]
This course, broken into two modules, provides a step-by-step model for how to: design and conduct clinical research at Stanford. More information and event registration Module 1: Science of Research Thursdays, starting Nov. 1 | 3:30[...]