The Center for Asian Health Research and Education was founded in October 2018 to provide a common place for research, education and clinical care support allowing disparate faculty, staff, community members and trainees to share ideas and common resources. Currently, there is a lack of resources and community. In particular, given the nature of Asian Health research, multi-disciplinary groups are needed.
At Stanford, no other centers are significantly investigating and developing educational/clinical care for Asians. Stanford has advantages over other Universities in this area of health research, education and care due to unique patient, faculty/staff and student Demographics, Disease, Epidemiologic/Health economics and humanities expertise.
Areas of Strategic Focus
CARE Community Health and Culture Fair brings together faculty, students, and community members for an afternoon of health screenings, talks and performances
The CARE Community Health and Culture Fair, held on April 27th, was a huge success!
The afternoon consisted of talks on health topics by Stanford Faculty and Guest Lecturers, Health Screenings, and Cultural Perofrmances. The speakers and health topics covered were:
- Melasma- Dr. Tyler Hollmig
- Cholesterol- Dr. Terry Moran
- Gastric Cancer- Dr. Joo Ha Hwang
- Alcohol Flush- Dr. Che-Hong Chen
- Cardiovascular Disease- Dr. Rajesh Dash
- Nasopharyngeal Cancer- Dr. A. Dimitrios Colevas
- Liver Disease- Dr. Samuel So
Health screenings included Alcohol Flush, Cholesterol, Glucose, Blood Pressure and Skin Checks. Participants also got the chance to receive a complimentary massage!
Guests were treated to the wonderful performances by Raagapella, MLH Vietnamese Dance, as well as a Dance and Drum performace.
Watch the video above to learn more about CARE and the Health Fair.