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Upcoming Event

Bridging for Health Equity: 14th Annual Summit for Clinical Excellence

Jan 28 2021, 12:30pm-3pm
Host: Stanford Medicine
Where: Webinar

The 14th Annual Clinical Excellence Summit is focused on advancing health equity at Stanford Medicine.  The keynote presentations will review the role an Academic Health Center plays in promoting health equity and inspire participants to take concrete steps to bring about change. New this year is an online Health Equity Gallery Walk where we will showcase the breadth of Equity-related activities and initiatives here at Stanford Medicine. Registration is free.

Showcase your initiative in the Health Equity Gallery Walk. Complete this Interest Form by January 11, 2021.


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.




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.

Women in Academic Medicine: Unique Challenges and Opportunities

Sept 28, 2020. During the Radiology Diversity Conference, Dr. Iris Gibbs of Stanford Radiation Oncology gave a keynote address on Women in Academic Medicine: Unique Challenges and Opportunities that is available to be viewed here>>

Cell ‘GPS’ provides real-time look at a single cell’s journey through the body

July 9, 2020. Researchers from Stanford Radiation Oncology have devised a way to use positron emission tomography (PET) to watch the movement of a single cell in real time. 

Guillem Pratx, PhD, and postdoctoral scholar Kyungoh Jung, PhD, have devised a way to use a common imaging technology called positron emission tomography, or PET, to watch the movement of a single cell injected into a laboratory mouse in real time. The researchers recently published their results in Nature Biomedical Engineering. Read more here. 

Image by Ewa Krawczyk, National Cancer Institute

A Message from University Leadership on DACA

June 18, 2020. The U.S. Supreme Court decision regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy is welcome news. We continue to stand in firm support of our DACA community here at Stanford, and we are delighted that the Court allowed the program to remain in place.

The members of our DACA community are valued members of the Stanford community and are making important contributions to our work of education and research. We have steadfastly believed that investing in the education of DACA students is both the right thing to do as well as an investment in our country's future, as they apply their talents to strengthening our society and economy.

As you may have read, while the Court did not rule on the merits of DACA itself, it blocked the effort to bring an immediate end to the program, saying the Department of Homeland Security provided insufficient justification for doing so.

We continue to believe the best, most lasting way to support DACA recipients in our community and across the nation requires legislative action.

At Stanford, we have consistently urged White House and Congressional leadership to support the concepts embodied in the DREAM Act and to provide a legislative solution addressing the needs of DREAMers and DACA recipients. We also have supported DACA in the courts and undertaken an array of advocacy efforts supporting undocumented members of our community. Those efforts will continue.

We also remain committed to providing support and resources for those in our community who are undocumented. To find DACA resources click here. 


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