News

  • CIGH Research Convening

    Stanford Global Child Health Program researchers presented the findings from their various research projects at the 2nd Annual Stanford Global Health Research Convening presented by the Center for Innovation in Global Health (CIGH) and Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment on January 20, 2016.


  • Nagata Pediatric Scientist Development Program

    Congratulations to Dr. Jason Nagata who has been selected for the Pediatric Scientist Development Program.


  • Asili Evaluation Launch in DRC

    Programs to reduce poverty and improve access to safe water are widely promoted to improve the health and well being of communities worldwide.


  • Maldonado Sphere Center

    Drs. Bonnie Maldonado and Mark Cullen will lead a new NIH-funded center aimed at improving the health of underserved ethnic and racial groups.


  • LaBeaud Awarded CIGH Seed Grant

    Congratulations to Global Child Health Program faculty member, Dr. A. Desiree LaBeaud and her team on being awarded a 2016 seed grant from Stanford's Center for Innovation in Global Health! LaBeaud and her co-investigator, Dr.


  • Maldonado and LaBeaud at Childx

    Dr. Bonnie Maldonado moderated the panel on pregnancy and microbes at Stanford's ChildX 2016 conference on April 22, 2016.


  • 2016-04-26 Introducing Jonathan Altamirano

    The Global Child Health Program welcomed a new team member, Jonathan Altamirano, in December 2015. Jonathan received his B.A. in Human Biology and M.S. in Biology from Stanford University. He serves as the research data analyst for the ongoing polio project in Mexico, which includes database management and statistical analysis.


  • 2015-09-29 GBV Project Kickoff in Nairobi

    October 19, 2015--- Worldwide, an estimated 35% of women worldwide have experienced gender-based violence, either intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence, in their lifetime, according to the World Health Organization.


  • 2015-12-2 LaBeaud NPR Chikungunya

    Our own Global Child Health faculty member, Dr. Desiree LaBeaud is interviewed on NPR's All Things Considered about chikungunya.