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RESEARCH

Learn about the innovative research in maternal and child health happening at Stanford. Be part of the next generation of leaders and advance emerging discoveries with the Institute's funding.

EDUCATION

Engage in educational opportunities offered by the Institute. Solve challenges related to maternal and child health at our upcoming events, seminar series, and research meetings.

RESOURCES

Explore the available resources for our maternal and child health community. Access the Institute's clinical research services and other resources for supporting research in this area.

*New Updates* - COVID-19 Resources

MCHRI has created a webpage with COVID-19 information related to research activities and resources, including updates and guidance on research, virtual town halls and grand round sessions, research being conducted at Stanford, and updates from MCHRI. The latest updates include:

  • Cardinal Research Recovery Website 
  • Updates on Resumption of Clinical Research
  • Updates on Resumption of Basic Science Research
  • Participate in COVID-19 Research: Stanford Medicine Research Registry

NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS

*NEW UPDATES* New criteria for MCHRI Postdoctoral Support Program

Beginning in the fall cycle of fiscal year 2021, the MCHRI Postdoctoral Support Program will have new criteria to the application submission process.  The Postdoctoral Support Program is now accepting applications.


*NEW UPDATES* Online requests for remote monitor access to Stanford Children’s Health Epic

Effective June 18, MCHRI is accepting online requests for remote monitor access to Stanford Children’s Health Epic. This updated monitor access request process requires additional information that reflects new requirements mandated by hospital Privacy.


Stanford Medicine Research Registry now accepting children and adult dependents

The Stanford Medicine Research Registry is a simple and secure process that determines participant’s eligibility for research studies at Stanford Medicine. Children and adult dependents can now join the research registry.


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