Stanley Hoang, MD

Stan received both of his undergraduate degree in Human Biology and his medical degree from Stanford. During medical school, Stan pursued an HHMI fellowship researching the mechanisms of functional recovery following ischemic stroke in Dr. Gary Steinberg's lab. His current research interest focuses on the use of neural stem cells in the restoration of CNS function. Stan plans to pursue an academic career with a likely focus on vascular or tumor neurosurgery.


2010-present Neurosurgery Residency, Stanford University
2005-2010 M.D., Stanford Medical School
2001-2005 B.S. with Honors, Human Biology and M.S. Biological Sciences, Stanford University

Research Interests:

Functional recovery in Stroke, Stem Cell Applications

Program Completion:



2008 Award for Poster in the Category of Cerebrovascular Disease at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons Meeting, Chicago, USA
2007 Outstanding Abstract at the 24th Annual Medical Student Research Symposium at Stanford University, Stanford, USA
2007 American Heart Association Research Grant
2007 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Fellowship for Medical Students
2007 Stanford University School of Medicine Medical Scholars Program Research Grant
2005 Phi Beta Kappa, Stanford University
2005 Excellence in Honors Research Award, Program in Human Biology, Stanford University
2005 University Distinction, Stanford University



Stanley Hoang