In the News
Pediatric and obstetric health leaders from Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford are frequently highlighted in local and national media for providing world-class, extraordinary care to children and expectant mothers. Following is a sampling of these media appearances.
Interventional Radiology Program leads the way with a child-friendly approach TMCnet, Una Página de Noticias, BlackRadioNetwork.com, Businessweek, and other online news media 12/2/14.
Press release, Glen Seidel, MD and Matt Lungren, MD are quoted.
Stanford-led study suggests changes to brain scanning guidelines for preemies
Scope 12/1/14. Main study author Susan Hintz, MD is quoted.
'Brain-normalizing' therapy points to new kind of biomarker SFARI 12/1/14.
Findings based on study published in Brain Imaging and Behavior, Grace Gengoux, PhD is quoted.
The power of positivity: San Mateo teen battles challenges with courage San Mateo Daily Journal 11/28/14. Local teen’s story.
“Less is more:” Eating wisely, with delight, during the holidays Scope, Healthier, Happy Lives Blog 11/26/14. Healthy holiday eating advice from Maya Adam, MD.
Giving thanks amidst facing challenges WestsideConnect.com 11/26/14. Author mentioned the hospital for treating his granddaughter.
Students raise $5000 for family whose son will undergo heart surgery in December Daily Chronicle (DeKalb, IL) 11/26/14. Story about a family whose 6-year-old son will be undergoing open heart surgery this month.
Fremont preschool forced to close after cabinet falls and injures 2 toddlers KTVU, Fox 2, 11/25/14. One of the toddlers was airlifted here.
Taking a Bite out of Food Allergies Scope, 11/24/14. Kari Nadeau, MD, PhD, is mentioned.
Genetic clues of severe food allergy Science 2.0 11/22/14. The hospital was cited as a co-author on this study.
Early Support Program for Autism connects families to autism resources Yahoo; CNBC; BusinessWeek; and various online news media, 11/17/14
Antonio Hardan, MD, and Grace Gengoux, PhD, were quoted.
Mom selling hot tamales for son's heart transplant Statesman Journal, 11/18/14
One family’s story as they prepare for their son’s possible heart transplant at the hospital.
Parents gather to talk, seek advice Palo Alto Weekly 11/14/14
Shashank Joshi, MD, along with Sami Hartley, school mental health coordinator for our hospital and the HEARD Alliance are featured. Other mentions found on MyRidePool.com, 11/15/14.
Fertility parties are attracting more and more women across the country CBS This Morning, 11/12/14
This segment features Valerie Baker, MD.
Eighty-something “Neonatology Superhero” still at it Scope, 11/14/14
Longtime Stanford neonatologist Philip Sunshine, MD, is featured.
A healthy APPetite: 7 new apps for healthy eating Food Network Blog, 11/12/14
Our team’s award-winning Pediatric Weight Control Program is cited.
Google wants to store your genome MIT Technology Review, 11/6/14
Atul Butte, MD, provides comment.
Parents of autistic kids benefit from group classes about autism therapy San Francisco Chronicle, 11/10/14
Our recent study is cited.
Study: Group support, education key to learning about autism The Village Daily Sun, 11/15/14 Study co-author Kari Berquist, PhD, is quoted.
Heart transplant recipient celebrates historic 30-year anniversary NBC Bay Area, 10/8/14
Daniel Bernstein, MD; Philip Oyer, MD; Sharon Hunt, MD; and Mary Burge, LCSW, were quoted or referenced.
Can Big Data tell us what clinical trials don’t? New York Times, 10/3/14
Jennifer Frankovich, MD; Atul Butte, MD; and Christopher Longhurst, MD, were quoted or referenced.
Polio-like mystery illness in kids leads doctors to probe virus Bloomberg News, Denver Post, ABC-7, Washington Post, and various global media, 10/6/14
Keith Van Haren, MD, provides insight on enterovirus D68 and its potential link to a mysterious illness that is causing paralysis in U.S. children.
Hospitals must adapt to meet unique needs of 21st century customers U.S. News & World Report, 10/7/14
Chief Operating Officer Anne McCune is quoted. McCune appeared at a U.S. News “Hospital of Tomorrow” event in Washington, D.C.
More doctors tuned to ultrasound’s frequency HealthCanal, 10/7/14
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is noted for the ability to see and treat complex cardiovascular issues through ultrasound.