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April

Event: Racial Equity Challenge

Friday, April 30, 12-1pm

Session: Race in society: Police Brutality, affirmative action, & the school-to-prison pipeline. Where do we go from here? Future directions.

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Zoom: Meeting ID: 994 3459 6610/Password: 506779

Resources

Webinar

Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities Research in COVID-19

Stanford Medicine's Office of Faculty Development and Diversity invites you to join Bonnie Maldonado, MD, Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity, Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, and Professor of Pediatrics and of Epidemiology and Population Health at Stanford Medicine, along with a panel of community experts to learn about racial health disparities related to COVID-19 and consider COVID-19 research opportunities.


 


 

Department News

Match Day 2021

March 31, 2021. The Medical Physics Residency Program has confirmed MATCH results for the class 2023. Please join us in welcoming Jie Fu and Ramish Ashraf.

March 19, 2021. It is with great excitement that we share the match results for the class of 2026. Please welcome Abass Conteh, Iris Eke, Daniella Klebaner, and Zachary White.


Stanford Radiation Oncology Residency Program

Jan 21, 2021. Check out this great video about the Stanford Radiation Oncology Residency Program.


Michael Gensheimer Appointed New Chair of the Stanford Cancer Institute Data & Safety Monitoring Committee

Nov 4, 2020. The Stanford Cancer Institute Data and Safety Monitoring monitors patient safety and study conduct of clinical trials run at Stanford. It is an important part of ensuring that cancer research done at Stanford maintains a high level of quality. Michael Gensheimer has taken the place of Susan Knox, who stepped down from her Chair position.


 

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