Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab
Purpose of Program
The Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab brings together the world’s leading researchers to incubate cutting edge science that has real world translational applications. This membership program will allow us to accelerate our work in Healthcare Big Data & Precision Medicine while providing exclusive insights and opportunities to our members around advancing the future of healthcare.
Under the scientific direction of Dr. Michael Snyder, the Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab is changing the landscape of infectious disease, diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, aging, neurodevelopmental disease, mental health, women’s health, precision diagnostics, wearable biosensing, rare disease, cloud computing, mutli-omic data standardization, real time health monitoring, and AI/ML. Dr. Snyder has developed many cutting edge technologies, co-founded companies with >$7Bn market cap, and has pioneered the longitudinal, baseline profiling approach to measure every molecule and aspect of human health.
- Solving Critical Healthcare Challenges
- AI/ML & Software Tools Development
- Regulation, Ethics & Thought Leadership
- Data Standardization & Optimization
- Education & Training for Big Data & AI
Dr. Michael Snyder (Faculty Director); Dr. Anshul Kundaje (Computer Science); Dr. Pablo Paredes (Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences); Dr. Christina Curtis (Oncology).
More to be announced soon.
Open Source Software requirements
- The software may be used by every faculty member and student in the performance of Program research.
- Software developed in performance of Program research will be released under an open-source license.
- The Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab Member Program will use and develop open-source software, and it is the intention of The Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab Member Program that any software will be released under an open source model.
RPH 13.4 Section 2.8 requirements
- Companies may provide additional funding. All research results arising from the use of the additional funding will be shared with all program members and the general public.
- SAn Affiliate Program member may request the additional funding be used to support a particular area of program research identified on the program’s website, or the program research of a named faculty member, as long as the faculty is identified on the program website as participating in the Affiliate Program.
Snyder Lab Research Studies