Stone is a digital and communications specialist within Michigan Medicine’s department of surgery and specializes in writing about academic culture and surgery research. She enjoys storytelling in all formats and making complex concepts relatable.
A study found anxiety and depression decreased in patients who underwent gender-affirming mastectomies.
A deep dive into logbooks from the father of a surgeon reveals what surgery on the battlefields of World War II was really like.
A student who’d been helped stepped up along with faculty members to pay it forward.
Findings from the largest trial of its kind to date point to more control over treatment choices for patients with appendicitis.