| Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health
The 8th Annual Stanford Global Health Research Convening will be held in-person on Monday, April 18, 2022 from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM PT at the Arrillaga Alumni Center on Stanford University campus. The Convening is a…
| California Academy of Sciences
Restoring native crustaceans along West Africa’s Senegal River may be a critical step in controlling one of the world’s deadliest tropical diseases. Our research is featured in this new video by California Academy of Sciences.
| Stanford News
Reducing tapeworm infection could improve academic performance, reduce poverty, Stanford research suggests
A Stanford-led study in China has revealed for the first time high levels of a potentially fatal tapeworm infection, Taenia solium, among school-age children. This study, led by Stanford's John Openshaw, was recently published in …
| The Lancet
Wondering what 'Planetary Health' is all about? Read for yourself at the new scientific journal 'Lancet: Planetary Health' an online-only, open-access journal dedicated to the topic. The journal was launched April 2017.
| Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Stanford’s Stephen Luby to direct health evaluation of prestigious research collaboration led by Monash University to revitalize slums through water management strategies.
| MacArthur Foundation
Stanford’s Manu Prakash is a physical biologist applying his expertise in soft-matter physics to illuminate often easy to observe but hard to explain phenomena in biological and physical contexts and to invent solutions to difficult problems in…
An ecological solution - restoring a native predator in Africa's rivers to improve human health - gains national and international attention. Hear an interview with Susanne Sokolow, one of the Program for Disease Ecology, Health and the…