Upcoming Events

11/23/19: Tailgate and Football Game

Bring the family to campus for the Stanford Alumni Association's annual football tailgate! Rally alongside fellow alumni and students at our exclusive pre-party BBQ on Koret Plaza, just a few blocks away from Stanford Stadium, before watching your Cardinals take on the CAL Bears! 

Recent Events

11/07/19: Alumni Awards Dinner  

Thank you to all that could join us for this special evening honors our 2019 Alumni Award recipients! Each year, the Stanford Medicine Alumni Association presents awards to distinguished alumni for exceptional service to Stanford Medicine and outstanding lifetime contributions to medicine and the biomedical sciences. The Alumni Awards Dinner is an evening awards ceremony celebrating the achievements and in recognition of our outstanding alumni award recipients.

11/02/19: Women in Medicine & Science

Thank you to all who were able to join us for a day of inspiration, education, and celebration of the remarkable achievements of Stanford women in medicine and the biosciences. We hope you enjoyed hearing from experts in their fields as they shared personal stories of breaking barriers in their fields and their personal journeys to becoming creative industry innovators, groundbreaking researches and scientists.

10/17/19: Welcome to Beantown Social  

Thank you to those who were able to join the SMAA in welcoming our newly placed residents to Boston. We wish our new graduates the best in their residency.

10/16/19: Welcome to the Big Apple Mingle

Thank you to everyone who was able to join the SMAA in welcoming our newly placed residents to New York City. We wish our new graduates the best in their residency.

10/07/19: LGBTQ+ Forum 2019: Connections

Thank you to everyone that was able to make it out to the 2019 LGBTQ+ Forum. The theme for this year's program is connections. Community, and the power to make change, lies in the strength of our interpersonal connections.

Project: Renewal

Did you know about the new Stanford hospitals?

Starting with the Renewal Project, Stanford has been working to build and modernize facilities that are the foundation of our community’s healthcare services, including Stanford Hospital, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Hoover Medical Campus and the Stanford University School of Medicine.

The new Lucile Packard Children's Hospital is now open, and the new Stanford hospital will be opening this Fall. Check out the new Stanford hospital website here! Join us in celebrating these milestones and very exciting time for our entire community! 

Stay Connected

Follow us on Twitter @StanfordMedAlum

The Stanford Medicine Alumni Association is on Twitter and we want to hear from you!

We hope you'll follow us, favorite us, and tweet at us- we'll give you plenty of reasons to keep in touch.

Join our official group on LinkedIn

The official alumni association LinkedIn group is over 1,000 strong! Network with other professionals all over the world.

Start a lively discussion,hear about upcoming events, and make powerful connections across your alumni community.

Contact Us

Stanford Medicine Alumni Association
485 Broadway St. 
Redwood City, CA  94063

P: 650.725.0526



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