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FDA Approves First Robotic Exoskeleton For Paralyzed Users

Adario Strange | Mashable | June 30, 2014

...the United States Food and Drug Administration approved ReWalk Robotics' personal exoskeleton for marketing in the U.S...

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Huge VA Project to Boost Med School Mission

Jonathan Rabinovitz | Stanford School of Medicine | October 24, 2011

A dozen state-of the-art buildings that will advance [Stanford's] medical school’s clinical, educational and research missions are beginning to rise, but Stanford isn’t leading the effort. With a construction budget of more than $1 billion, the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System, or VAPAHCS, has launched an ambitious building project on its flagship campus on Miranda Avenue in P Read More »

lifeIMAGE and the Quest for Medical Imaging Exchange

Andy Oram | O'Reilly Radar | October 15, 2011

Medical imaging--first X-Rays, and later CAT scans, ultrasound, and MRIs--was one of the first areas of medicine to computerize, and images are routinely distributed in digital format around the world for diagnosis, training, and storage. Read More »

Open Clinical Anatomy Course: Is This the Future of Medical Education?

Natalie Lafferty | E-LIME | January 16, 2012

Stanford University will be running an open course on Clinical Anatomy as part of it’s growing offering of open educational courses. The first clinical anatomy course will focus on the upper limb and kicks off on the 5th March with more courses being planned including one on the anatomy of the head and neck. Read More »