CARE's second strategic pillar is education. Through a variety of courses, lectures, and student programs, CARE aims to foster a deep understanding of the different topics relevant to Asian health. The depth and richness of Stanford's resources allows CARE to bring learners of all ages into the Asian health conversation.
Courses & Lectures
The CARE Faculty is excited to announce the development of several Stanford courses aimed at improving minority health and culturalized care.
In the wake of COVID-19, CARE is offering an immersive, online 8-week summer internship in Data Science, Vulnerable Populations, and AI, with a focus on Asian health. This exceptional program leverages the unique aspects of Stanford’s world-class research, technology and medical infrastructure to train learners to become superb population science researchers.
Chi Li Pao Hong Kong University (HKU) Enrichment Year, 2021-2022
We are excited to announce the development of our 2021-2022 Enrichment Year in partnership with the Chi Li Pao Foundation and Hong Kong University (HKU). This year-long program invites HKU students to Stanford University to pursue high-level research with conjunction with Stanford Faculty.
Chi-Li Pao Foundation
Master of Public Health Fellowship
The Stanford Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE) and the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) are pleased to announce the launching of a fellowship program that will provide a Stanford medical student the opportunity to earn a Master’s degree in Public Health (MPH) from the Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care (JCSPHPC). The Chi-Li Pao Foundation MPH Fellowship expects the first Stanford medical student awardee to matriculate in the year-long program in JCSPHPC in Hong Kong in the fall of 2022.
Stanford CARE Implementation Science Fellowship 2022
We are seeking 4 superb biostatistics/comp sci PhD or masters candidates to serve as Stanford CARE Implementation Science Fellows for 10 weeks in Summer 2022, to learn to teach and mentor Stanford CARE Scholars project teams.
The mission of the Stanford Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE) is to improve the health of Asians, everywhere. The Stanford CARE Scholars program is a year-long virtual course, anchored by a 9-week summer research immersion, which trains 25 undergraduate and early graduate students in large database precision medicine, to prepare them as leaders in Asian and Global Health.