Stanford Medicine 25 Launches New Website

January 8, 2016

The Stanford Medicine 25 is proud to announce the launch of our new website with the new year! Since the start of our website, we’ve had millions of visitors and look forward to improving and adding more content! The new site is now mobile-friendly and share’s more about what we do, including our Stanford 25 Sessionsmedical student teaching and highlights from our recent Stanford 25 Skills Symposium.

Sister Mary Joseph

COMING SOON…

  1. New Physical Exam Videos
  2. New Stanford 25 Pages
  3. 2015 Stanford 25 Symposium Videos

Below is our new mobile-friendly website, Dr. Baldeep Singh demonstrating the approach to hip pain and Dr. Jennifer Chen describing her approach to nevi on our new upcoming dermatology videos and pages.

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Stanford 25 Website

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Special thank you for Stanford IRT for the creation of system, design and support of this and all websites at Stanford’s School of Medicine.

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