4/24/21: Alumni Day 2021
Lessons Learned - Preparing for A Brighter Tomorrow
On behalf of the Stanford Medicine Alumni Association, we invite all School of Medicine Alumni to join us for a virtual Alumni Day 2021! Our theme of “Lessons Learned- Preparing for a Brighter Tomorrow” allows us to reflect on the last year and what it means for the future of medicine.
See presentations from fellow alumni, faculty and leaders, celebrate this year’s recipient of our alumni RISE Award, and honor reunion years ’1s and ’6s.
11/18/20: Virtual Care in a Post-COVID World
Thank you to everyone who could join us for the second installment of our Alumni to Alumni speaker series. This talk featured Ian Tong, Resident '05, Chief Medical Officer at Doctor on Demand on the topic of the rapid emergence of telemedicine in a post-covid world and how it is changing health care.
11/14/20: Virtual Tailgate 2020
Thank you to all who were able to rally alongside fellow alumni and students in our exciting virtual format! We hope you and your family enjoyed tailgating with Coach Shaw, the band, and our very own Stanford Tree.
10/29/20: Ensuring Equity, Expanding Access, and Transforming Care: A Conversation with Leaders of Stanford’s Emerging LGBTQ+ Health Program
Thank you to all who were able to join us for this virtual conversation as we shared how Stanford Medicine’s emerging LGBTQ+ Health Program aims to address the medical, social, and mental health needs of LGBTQ+ people in the Bay Area and beyond.
10/07/20: 2020 LGBTQ+ Forum
Thank you to all that could join us for the 2020 LGBTQ+ Forum on Wednesday, October 7, on Zoom! This year’s Forum was centered on the theme of Intersectionality in recognition that now more than ever, it is imperative to prioritize an inclusive and equitable community for intersectional LGBTQ+ groups.
09/10/2020: Medicine in the Bubble - The NBA and Covid-19
Thank you to all that could join us for the kickoff of our Alumni to Alumni virtual speaker series as we hosted Leroy Sims BS '01, MS '02, MD '07, Vice President and Medical Director of the National Basketball Association (NBA) to hear how he developed a medical protocol plan for delivering a safe and responsible season in the midst of a pandemic. We learned about the many aspects of working with hospitals, clinics, physicians, first responders and other key partners to ensure optimum medical care to 22 teams in a unique isolation zone that saved the 2020 play-off season!
Live Event Cancellations
Due to the evolving risk associated with the COVID-19 outbreak and out of concern for the well-being of our guests, the university’s senior leadership has recommended that in-person events of large gatherings or at-risk populations be cancelled or postponed indefinitely. We regret any inconvenience these changes may cause. For updates, please check your individual SMAA event on this website or contact our offices. Stanford University updates can be found at http://med.stanford.edu/covid19.
Black Lives Matter
As leaders of Stanford Medicine, we come to this time of tragedy, unrest, and reckoning with the Stanford School of Medicine's pledge against racism and violence against African Americans. For additional alumni and campus resources on this issue, please visit the Stanford Alumni Black Lives Matter resource page.
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