Health Disparities and Community Health Research Programs


  • Civic Engagement Symposium

    The Civic Engagement Symposium explores multi-disciplinary approaches toward improving health, illness, and wellness.

  • Community Health Symposium

    The Community Health Symposium is an annual event showcasing a wide range of service and partnership research projects undertaken by Stanford students, trainees, and faculty in underserved communities here and around the world.

  • JUST Health

    The Center of Excellence in Diversity in Medical Education (COEDME) is launching JUST Health - a web publication designed to spotlight thought, research, challenges, and inroads in health disparities, health inequity, and social justice in medicine, health and wellness.

  • Our Voice: Citizen Science for Health Equity

    The Our Voice Initiative aims to increase health equity among people of all socioeconomic backgrounds and in diverse parts of the world through citizen science.

  • Presence

    Presence champions the human experience in medicine by fostering research, dialogue, and multidisciplinary collaboration to produce measurable and meaningful change in health care.

  • Women's Health Forum

    The Annual Stanford Women’s Health Forum, provides a in-depth look at pressing topics in women's health.

  • Cardinal Free Clinics

    The Cardinal Free Clinics were created to fill a void in the health care safety net that is met by very few other providers, and represents a new and innovative model for providing free health care to the underserved.

  • WHSDM Center

    The Stanford Women's Health & Sex Differences in Medicine (WHSDM) Center acknowledges the wisdom of conducting innovative, multi-disciplinary research on women’s health and sex differences in biology and medicine.

  • LGBT Medical Education Research Group

    The LGBT Medical Education Research Group's mission is to be a significant contributor to the field of LGBT health by creating and communicating new knowledge through innovative research, influencing health and educational policies, and advocating for LGBT patients and providers.