What to expect in 2023 in AI
This year’s biggest headline might have been generative AI, but what should we expect from the field in 2023? Four Stanford HAI faculty predict the biggest advances, opportunities, and challenges for the coming year.Read more about What to expect in 2023 in AI
Speeding up bone healing in menopausal females
A localized delivery of estrogen to a fracture speeds up healing in postmenopausal mice – a finding that could have implications for treating fractures in older women.Read more about Speeding up bone healing in menopausal females
Can we improve psychotherapy by quantifying therapists’ language?
Stanford researchers have created a set of open-source tools to measure therapists’ timing, responsiveness, and consistency to better understand what works.Read more about Can we improve psychotherapy by quantifying therapists’ language?
Facilitate interdisciplinary research and maintain public trust in a culture of integrity that celebrates the diversity of ideas and people.
To provide guidance and support to facilitate, nurture, and safeguard a thriving research ecosystem.
Learn more about the role of the VPDoR in supporting Stanford’s research ecosystem, and its units, institutes, centers, and research labs.
In-depth explanations of core concepts with links to related policies, resources and contacts.
Policies & Resources
University-wide policy manuals, how tos, tools and documents, and a glossary of terms.
Central offices and other administrative departments that support the research enterprise at Stanford.
Comprehensive listing of grant and sponsor opportunities, organized by type and sponsoring agency.
A complete listing of required compliance training for administrators, faculty and their research teams.
A compendium of policy change memos, plus committee meeting agendas and notes.
By the Numbers
800+Academic Staff – Research
16Independent Laboratories, Centers, and Institutes
30+Shared Instrumentation Facilities