2nd Annual Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute Symposium

Friday, November 15, 2019

SAVE-THE-DATE!

Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute Symposium

Friday, November 15, 2019
Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center, Paul Berg Hall
Stanford University

The Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute invites you to its second annual research symposium! This event will bring together faculty, trainees, students, and postdocs to explore the latest developments and innovations in maternal and child health research.

Attendees will learn about the research funded by the Institute across campus, the programs and resources available to advance research in this area, and the researchers and scientists who are making an impact in the maternal and child health community. 

This event will feature keynote speaker, Diana W. Bianchi, MD, the director of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and head of the Prenatal Genomics and Therapy Section for the Medical Genetics Branch at the National Human Genome Research Institute. She will deliver her keynote address on “Using Precision Medicine to Develop Fetal Treatments.”

The symposium will include poster sessions and networking opportunities throughout the day. Following closing remarks, attendees can interact with speakers in a speed-dating style gathering hosted by former Stanford participants of the Eureka Institute for Translational Medicine. 

Admission is free. This event is open to all. Online registration will open soon.

ANNOUNCING KEYNOTE SPEAKER!

Diana W. Bianchi, MD, is the director of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and head of the Prenatal Genomics and Therapy Section for the Medical Genetics Branch at the National Human Genome Research Institute. Read more.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - COMING SOON!

We will be accepting abstracts focused in maternal or child health research to present at symposium. This is an opportunity for faculty, trainees, students, and postdocs of all disciplines to share the latest developments in their field as it relates to the health of expectant mothers and children. All MCHRI-funded awardees (past and current) are highly encouraged to submit an abstract describing their projects and associated research. Read more.