One Sunday last month, more than 60 patients, students, medical professionals and design thinkers gathered on the Stanford campus to brainstorm ideas for gadgets and services tailored to the unique needs of diabetes patients.
SDRC sponsored the JDRF summer picnic with American Ninja Warrior and t1d Kyle Cochran on June 2, 2018 at the Mayfield Soccer Complex in Palo Alto.
The first-ever Disrupt Diabetes conference gathered patient innovators, designers, students, and experts in the field to create disruptive diabetes solutions.
Does heart disease run in your family? You could most likely slash your risk of developing or dying from heart disease if you are physically fit. Being strong helps too.
Chang is a physician-scientist who made major contributions to genome science in his discoveries about a new class of genes called long noncoding RNAs, which are pervasive in the human genome.
Stanford chemistry professor Carolyn Bertozzi was elected to the Royal Society, the world's oldest national scientific institution.
Reward centers in the brains of children and teenagers who are obese and depressed show abnormalities that suggest the two conditions are neurologically connected, Stanford researchers have found.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today permitted marketing of the Dexcom G6 integrated continuous glucose monitoring (iCGM) system for determining blood glucose (sugar) levels in children aged two and older and adults with diabetes.