Get Involved

Stanford Undergraduates

Enroll in HumBio 124c:Global Child Health or HumBio 129s: Global Public Health

Apply for an HB-REX summer internship with our program.

Stanford students eligible for Federal Work Study, contact us for potential research assistant positions.

 

Medical/Graduate Students

Apply for an international rotation through the Mary Duke Biddle Scholars Program (2016 deadline has passed).

Apply for a MedScholars or Traveling Scholars grant to work with our program.

Stanford students eligible for Federal Work Study, contact us for potential research assistant positions.

Residents and Fellows

Learn more about the Global Health Scholarly Concentration for Peds Residents.

Apply for an international rotation through the Mary Duke Biddle Scholars Program.

Contact us for mentoring or other research opportunities.

* Note: We do not organize "observerships", as per Stanford/Packard Hospital policy on visiting residents. Please contact the Stanford Graduate Medical Office directly with questions about rotations if you are not a Stanford resident.

Alumni

Do you have news to share about your work or research? Do you have updated contact information? Please send your news and updates to the program managers.

For more information about the Global Child Health Program, please contact the program managers.

 

Stanford/Packard Global Child Health Program

Grant Building, S005

300 Pasteur Drive

Stanford, CA 94305-5208

 

Directions

To get to S005 from the Stanford Hospital Fountain entrance

Facing the hospital with the fountains behind you, walk to the right of the main hospital entrance. Walk through the courtyard, past Alway (on your right), down the stairs into the lower courtyard (see photo below). Our offices are straight ahead, co-located with the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity.

 

To get to S005 from Roth Way/Campus Drive

Facing the hospital with Roth Way Parking Garage/Campus Drive behind you, walk through the small corridor (see picture below) between Grant and Boswell buildings. Walk down the stairs and turn left, then immediately left again. Our offices are straight ahead, co-located with the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity.

Researchers interviewing household members in Sumpango, Guatemala