Clinical Anatomy In The Department of Surgery

Industry Affiliates

Stanford is not a University that exists in isolation of the vibrant, innovative, and diverse private sector that surrounds it. To the Division of Clinical Anatomy, fostering partnerships between the educational and industry communities is not only mutually beneficial—it is a crucial part of the experience students and researchers create for themselves when studying medicine at Stanford.

The Clinical Anatomy Affiliates program catalyzes fruitful collaboration between Stanford and industry partners of all sizes. By creating a venue for posing questions and sharing ideas, the program offers benefits to today’s leaders in surgical innovation—as well as tomorrow’s.

Reasons to Become an Affiliate

    • Enjoy opportunities to interact, brainstorm, and share with experts at Stanford as well as with one another.
    • Membership in the program opens up affordable, priority access to a range of laboratory facilities in the Division of Clinical Anatomy, including our state-of-the-art Bio Skills Lab. Affiliate organizations of all sizes can reserve lab facilities for purposes ranging from training staff to exploring the use of new products with human cadavers. The Stanford facilities offer an environment supportive of research, innovation, and learning.
    • Affiliates provide funding to Stanford in the form of charitable contributions that directly support the activities of Clinical Anatomy and surgical skills education programs at Stanford. Such support is an excellent way for industry leaders to nurture medical education and enhance the preparation of future leaders in the field.

Current Affiliates

Strategic Affiliate

» Anatomage

Premier Affiliate

» zSpace

Supporting Affiliate

» 3D4Medical

Start-Up Affiliate

» Anonymous Start-Up

Past Affiliates

» Stryker Endoscopy
» Vista Imaging Services
» InSite Medical Technologies



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