8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Annual Population Health Sciences Colloquium -> Archive of presentations available
This one-day program provides an overview of the population health sciences research from the Stanford community and experts around the world.
The PHS Initiative aimed to bring together basic, translational and clinical scientists, along with researchers from disciplines across the university, to provide resources and facilitate collaborations focused on population-level questions, data and approaches.
We had an exciting full-day session with keynote speakers — Lloyd Minor, Dean of the Stanford School of Medicine; Muin Khoury, Associate Director of Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program at NCI; and Tomas Aragon, Director of Population Health Division at the San Francisco Department of Public Health — along with PHS planning breakout sessions.
Download Agenda here.
Stanford Population Health Sciences Annual Symposium
Introduction and Overview
Mark Cullen, MD, Director
Leading the Biomedical Revolution in Precision Health:
How Stanford Medicine is Developing the Next Generation of Health Care
Lloyd B. Minor, MD
Carl and Elizabeth Naumann Dean, Stanford School of Medicine
From Precision Medicine to Precision Public Health:
Challenges and Opportunities
Muin J. Khoury MD, PhD
CDC Office of Public Health Genomics
NCI Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences
PHS Data Assets
Introduction Mark Cullen
• March of Dimes — Gary Shaw
• Women & Gender — Marcia Stefanick
• Stanford Military Data Repository — Lianne Kurina
• Optum Commercial — Joel Kallich
• Community Health Partners — Lisa Goldman-Rosas
• HIMC Biobank — Rohit Gupta, Julia Simard
• ACA/Disability — Mark Duggan
• Solano Cohort — Lorene Nelson
Working Group Co-Chairs Panel
Panel 1 — Moderator: Mark Cullen
• Health Disparities | Immigration and Health
• Work-Life, Retirement, Disability, Aging & Cognitive Decline
• Sex and Gender in Health Research