Maldonado Epi Group
The research lab of Dr. Bonnie Maldonado
Welcome to the website of Dr. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado's Pediatric Infectious Disease Research Group within the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Infectious Diseases at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
We are involved in a variety local and international epidemiology and prevention activities focusing on HIV/AIDS, polio, and vaccines.
Clinical Infectious Diseases supplement on the polio endgame
The November 2018 supplement to the Clinical Infectious Diseases journal highlighted the latest in polio research, featuring work by the Maldonado epi lab and colleagues around the world. The publication was supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and coordinated by Senior Data Analyst, Jonathan Altamirano (Stanford '15). Read all the articles online.
Dr. Maldonado wins Stanford Medicine Alumni RISE Award
Dr. Bonnie Maldonado '81 received the 2018 Reach Inspire Serve Engage (RISE) award from the Stanford Medicine Alumni Association. Click to watch the video tribute.
Global Health Research Convening 2018
Yvonne Maldonado, Stanford's Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity, defines diversity and makes a case for its importance to excellent medical education at Stanford MedicineX 2018.
Race, Policing, and Public Health Symposium
Issues for the Endgame of Polio Eradication
Yvonne Maldonado presents at the 3rd annual Stanford Global Health Research Convening on January 18, 2017.
Bonnie Maldonado at the Big Data in Biomedicine conference
Dr. Maldonado is interviewed at the 2016 Big Data in Biomedicine conference about the role of big data in fighting Zika virus and other public health problems.
Microbes and Pregnancy Panel at ChildX 2016
Dr. Maldonado moderated a panel on Microbes and Pregnancy at ChildX 2016. The Panel featured Stanford's own Dr. Desiree LaBeaud, Dr. David Relman, and Dr. Philip Tarr from Washington University in St. Louis.
Global Child Health
Dr. Maldonado directs the Global Child Health program, which seeks to improve the health and wellbeing of children worldwide.
Diversity and Development at Stanford
Dr. Maldonado is also the Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity at Stanford University School of Medicine.