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*NEW* MCHRI 10-Year Anniversary Fact Book

Over the last 10 years MCHRI has made it priority to catalyze cross-boundary research and to actively advocate for a maternal and child health perspective across Stanford. Included in the report are highlights of our efforts and descriptions of our various programs and initiatives.

*APPLY NOW* MCHRI Eureka Certificate Course in Translational Medicine

MCHRI is excited to announce its inaugural translational medicine course, MCHRI Eureka 2020 Certificate Course in Translational Medicine. This 5-day intensive course will be held at Asilomar Conference Center in Monterey, CA from February, 9 to February 13, 2020. 

*CALL FOR ABSTRACTS!* 2nd Annual Research Symposium, November 15

MCHRI invites you to its second annual research symposium on Friday, November 15, 2019! We are now accepting all abstracts focused in maternal and child health research which will be reviewed and selected to present during our poster sessions. Read more.

Apply for funding opportunity in 22q11 Deletion Syndrome Research

The MCHRI Uytengsu-Hamilton 22q11 Neuropsychiatry Research Awards Program aims to promote research to improve the neurocognitive outcomes and behavioral symptoms of 22q11 Deletion Syndrome with immediate (within 5 years) and long term impact. 

Register for the 2nd Annual Research Symposium, November 15

Registration is now open for the second annual Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute Symposium, which will highlight the latest research in maternal and child health across campus. 

Research in real life: Concussion, teen vaping, predicting prematurity

The Packard Children’s News Spring issue features research, supported in part by MCHRI, on youth concussiontobacco use among adolescentsnon-invasive prenatal testingRead more.