The Future of Medicine Is Here

Frontiers in Medicine 2022 gathered Stanford Medicine's scientific and philanthropic communities in the historic Frost Amphitheater to explore a future of medicine that is both innovative and human-centered. A future that harnesses AI and big data to transform how we deliver care. A future where knowledge of human biology at a cellular, molecular, and genomic level heightens our ability to treat and cure precisely. A future that is here today—at Stanford Medicine.

Hear from leading experts across our faculty including Dean Lloyd Minor, MD, and Stanford Health Care President and CEO David Entwistle—and enjoy a special musical performance by our multitalented medical students.


Frontiers in Medicine 2022
The Future of Medicine Is Here

Musical Performance

Melanie Ambler
MD Student, Class of 2026

The Journey of a Cancer-Fighting Stem Cell Therapy

Ravi Majeti, MD, PhD
RZ Cao Professor of Medicine
Director, Stanford Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine

The Science of Touch: Improving Surgical Precision Through Wearable Technology and Haptic Data

Carla Pugh, MD, PhD
Thomas Krummel Professor of Surgery
Vice Chair, Innovation, Department of Surgery
Director, Technology Enabled Clinical Improvement Center

Bringing Light to Darkness: Eradicating Preventable Blindness Around the World

Geoff Tabin, MD
Fairweather Foundation Professor of Ophthalmology and Global Medicine
Director of Stanford's Global Ophthalmology Program Co-Founder and Chair, HCP Cureblindness

previous events

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