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Biomedical Innovation Building

Biomedical Innovation Building

A state-of-the-art facility housing leaders from genetics, cardiovascular medicine, and related fields who will collaborate on a synergistic mix of research and treatment programs.

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The New Stanford Hospital

The New Stanford Hospital

A new hospital capturing the promise of the biomedical revolution, and translating the innovations of Stanford University and Silicon Valley into better health outcomes.

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Biomedical Innovation Initiative

A collection of philanthropic investments in disruptive research, visionary faculty, and promising young scientists. Discover the kinds of innovation that philanthropic support can fuel.

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Transforming Cancer Care

Transforming Cancer Care

An effort to completely re-imagine the delivery of cancer care and shape the future of cancer science with the help of philanthropy.

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Stanford Movement Disorders Center

This center provides comprehensive evaluations and care by a multispecialty team that works to maintain quality of life for people with movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, Lewy body dementia, among others.

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Stanford Center for Memory Disorders

The Stanford Center for Memory Disorders is dedicated to helping patients and their families in the hard fight against cognitive decline. Our physicians lead an interdisciplinary team that works together to help maintain quality of life for as long as possible.

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Women's Heart Health Program

Paving the way in investigating sex differences in cardiovascular health and pioneering new treatments for women with heart disease with the help of philanthropy.

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Skin Cancer: Stopping the Most Common Cancer

Sun exposure is the primary cause of basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma, the three most common types of skin cancer. We can protect ourselves, but prevention isn’t always enough. At Stanford, the world’s leading scientists are on the case.

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ATAC-SEQ - Profiling the Regulome

These new technologies are providing more and more detailed genetic information for scientists looking to learn how the activities of hundreds or thousands of genes are coordinated to achieve biological meaning, which could in turn provide insights about how we can avoid illness or recover from it.

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The Oro Lab - Therapeutic Reprogramming for Genetic Skin Diseases

The Oro Lab is harnessing the regenerative power of stem cells to find better, more definitive solutions to the genetic diseases that affect more than 250 million people worldwide.

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Stanford Multidisciplinary Cutaneous Lymphoma Program

An interdisciplinary team of dermatologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and experts in blood stem cell transplantation working to identify key genetic alterations in patients’ diverse manifestation of disease.

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Stanford Arrhythmia Center

A new center and research program revolutionizing the diagnosis, treatment, and care of arrhythmia patients at Stanford and around the world.

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Byers Center for Biodesign

Byers Center for Biodesign

Bringing together promising young innovators to investigate, inspire, and implement solutions to create a healthier world through design.

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Mary M. and Sash A. Spencer

Mary M. and Sash A. Spencer Center for Vision Research at the Byers Eye Institute

A new center supporting innovative vision research and interdisciplinary collaborations to create new diagnostics and therapeutics that will change patient care.

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Presence. The Art and Science of Human Connection

A new center fostering research, dialogue, and multidisciplinary collaboration to produce measurable and meaningful changes in health care.

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Addiction Medicine

Through fundamental science and innovative clinical research, Stanford scientists mapping the circuitry of the brain and generating new, tranformational knowledge about addiction and strategies for treatment.

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Translational and Clinical Innovation Awards

Designed to encourage creative, high-risk science and stimulate interdisciplinary research between the basic sciences and clinical medical investigation - these awards support collaborative ideas accelerating fundamental discoveries in human health.

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Biomedical Faculty Endowments

Endowments enable our biomedical faculty to pursue their most innovative research ideas. They protect visionary projects and give faculty the flexibility to tackle unexplored questions, leading to new insights about health and disease.

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Cardiovascular Institute

A selection of giving opportunities to support the Cardiovascular Institute, an interdisciplinary research institute spanning multiple schools across Stanford University, one of the largest institutes of its kind in the U.S.

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Global Ophthalmology

Globally, 217 million men, women, and children are visually impaired. Another 36 million cannot see at all. Reaching out across borders and oceans, Stanford is developing new technologies and training the next generation of vision care specialists to give people everywhere access to proven vision treatments that transform lives.

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Next-Generation Surgical Care for Head, Neck, and Thyroid Cancers

An effort to maximize quality of life and minimize side effects for head and neck cancer patients through multidisciplinary research in prediction, diagnosis, treatment, and surgery.

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Pioneering Solutions for Depression and Bipolar Disorder - The Stanford Mood Disorders Center

This center mobilizes Stanford's diverse expertise to overcome mood disorders through innovation and compassion. Its comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to mood disorders integrates signficant basic science research with innovative clinical care and training for future physician-scientists.

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Stanford Multiple Sclerosis Center

A diagnosis of mutliple sclerosis, an unpredictable inflammatory condition of the central nervous system, is terrifying and life-altering. Yet, Stanford researchers are making discoveries that are flipping the existing paradigm on its head—changing our understanding of multiple sclerosis remarkably.

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Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss (SICHL)

Stanford has assembled an interdisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, and physicians drawing upon expertise from many different domains for the shared purpose of curing hearing loss. This research initiative seeks to devise treatments that repair the damaged inner ear and restore lost hearing, quiet tinnitus, and improve balance.

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Clinical Excellence Research Center

The first university-based research center exclusively dedicated to cost-saving innovations in clinically excellent care. CERC seeks more affordable ways to deliver better care for conditions consuming the bulk of the country's health-care spending.

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