Health Research and Policy (HRP)
Dedicated to improving health through better health policy and Epidemiology.
Stanford Epidemiology is a leader in cancer epidemiology, infectious disease epidemiology, neuroepidemiology, cardiovascular disease epidemiology, musculoskeletal disease epidemiology, and epidemiologic methods, as well as aspects of genetic epidemiology, reproductive epidemiology and women's health.
Stanford Health Services Research is particularly strong in analysis of the effects of financial incentives, organizational structures and government policies on the health care delivery system. Our students and scholars benefit from interdisciplinary collaborations with the shared faculty of Stanford's #1 ranked graduate programs in many fields — statistics, computer science, biological sciences, medicine, genetics, genomics and bioinformatics.
We accomplish this through innovative, interdisciplinary research, training and collaboration.
- Laurence Baker
- Biomedical Informatics
- Center for Computational, Evoluationary Human Genomics
- Center for Innovative Study Design (CISD)
- Center for Policy, Outcomes and Prevention (CPOP)
- Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC)
- Meta Research Innovation Center at Stanford (METRICS)
- Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences
- Stanford Health Policy (FSI | CHP/PCOR)
- Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC)