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 Tomorrow” allows 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.
Live Event Cancellations
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 http://med.stanford.edu/covid19.
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Stanford Medicine News
2020-2021 Radiology Graduation
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The Presence 5 for Racial Justice: Promoting Anti-Racism in Clinical Interactions
Stanford Medicine 25’s Donna Zulman, Abraham Verghese and their Stanford Medicine colleagues evolved the Presence 5 practices into The Presence 5 for Racial Justice to address a longstanding history of racial bias in medicine.
Awards and Honors: Summer 2021
Celebrating the accomplishments of Department of Medicine faculty and staff.
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