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Upcoming Events

10/09/21: Women in Medicine & Science - Roads to Resilience: Lessons from Science and Life

join us for a day of inspiration, education, and celebration of the remarkable women in medicine and the biosciences who are part of Stanford’s community of alumni and faculty. You’ll be hearing from experts as they share the science behind resilience, personal stories from their lives and their personal journeys to becoming creative innovators, groundbreaking researchers, and role models within the medical community.

Recent Events

4/24/21: Alumni Day 2021

Lessons Learned - Preparing for A Brighter Tomorrow

Thank you for all who were able to join us for Alumni Day 2021. Our theme of “Lessons Learned- Preparing for a Brighter Tomorrowallows us to reflect on the last year and what it means for the future of medicine.

03/31/21: COVID-19 Genetics: Pandemic Research in Real-time

Thank you for everyone who could join us for COVID-19 Genetics: Pandemic Research in Real-time, with alumni Jeffrey Pollard, Resident ’06 and Anjali Shastri, PhD ’03 as they present the findings from 23andMe's COVID-19 study, including the identification of genetic and non-genetic factors that may influence disease severity.

2/17/21: Half Century Club Virtual Celebration

Thank you to all who were able to attend the Half Century Club Virtual Celebration, honoring medical alumni who graduated more than 50 years ago, with guest speaker and author of The Genome Odyssey, Dr. Euan Ashley.

1/27/21: Curing COVID: The Outlook for Vaccines and Therapeutics

Thank you to all who were able to join us to hear alumna Bonnie Maldonado present on the latest developments for coronavirus vaccines and therapeutics, and the outlook for the future of our global health.

Live Event Cancellations
COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Due to the evolving risk associated with the COVID-19 outbreak and out of concern for the well-being of our guests, the university’s senior leadership has recommended that in-person events of large gatherings or at-risk populations be cancelled or postponed indefinitely. We regret any inconvenience these changes may cause. For updates, please check your individual SMAA event on this website or contact our offices. Stanford University updates can be found at

Racial Justice

As leaders of Stanford Medicine, we come to this time of tragedy, unrest, and reckoning with the Stanford School of Medicine's pledge against racism and violence against BIPOC. For additional alumni and campus resources on this issue, please visit the Stanford Alumni Racial Justice Resources page.

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Featured Audio Projects

1:2:1 Podcast

An award-winning podcast from Stanford's School of Medicine, 1:2:1 presents engaging conversations about how advances in health-care policy and biomedical research touch our lives. The podcast is hosted by Paul Costello, the medical school's chief communications officer.  

State of the Human Podcast

State of the Human, the radio show of the Stanford Storytelling Project, shares stories that deepen our understanding of single, common human experiences—belonging, giving, lying, forgiveness—all drawn from the experiences and research of the Stanford community.

Stanford Radio

Presenting the newest ideas, research and conversation from Stanford University

The Equation

"The Equation" is a quarterly e-newsletter. Features include research and faculty news, gift stories, recent and upcoming events, and announcements from across the Stanford Medicine.