Community Announcements & Events

Recent Announcements

Annual Artificial Intelligence in Medicine & Imaging Symposium

Register for in-person attendance by April 10 at 11:59 p.m.

The Stanford Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine & Imaging (Stanford AIMI Center) invites you to attend their fourth annual AIMI Symposium on Thursday, June 8, 2023! This free event will take place both in-person at Stanford (SRP) and online. Learn more.


Nominations open for Kelley M. Skeff Professionalism Award

Deadline is Monday, May 15

The Office of Graduate Medical Education is pleased to announce the third annual Kelley M. Skeff Professionalism Award to honor outstanding residents and fellows who exemplify the qualities of respect, collegiality, compassion, and collaboration in their work with all members of the health care team. Learn more.


Register for the Synthetic Biology for Sustainability Symposium on May 1

Our understanding of what it takes to sustain life on Earth and of how we might synthesize entirely new molecules have both improved at an unprecedented rate in recent years. Hosted by the Deans of the School of Medicine, the School of Engineering, and the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability, this symposium will focus on how we might tackle some of the biggest challenges in sustainability using some of the newest innovations in synthetic biology. Register here.


Annual Community Health Symposium: A journey towards health equity

April 5, 3:30-6:30 p.m.

The Community Health Symposium is an annual event showcasing a wide range of service and partnership research projects undertaken by Stanford students, trainees, and faculty, in underserved communities here and around the world. Learn more.


Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford (MIPS) seminar

April 6, 12-1 p.m.

MIPS hosts a seminar series that is open and free to everyone in the Stanford community. Our next seminar will host Jeffrey C. Rathmell, PhD, for a presentation titled, “T cell immunometabolism in inflammation and cancer". Learn more. Register here.


Pediatric Grand Rounds

April 7, 8-9 a.m.

Join us in person at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital auditorium and via Zoom for The Rudene Marie Di Carlo, MD, Endowed Lectureship in Pediatrics: "An Unbreakable Contract: A New Paradigm for Academic Surgery", presented by Edward Barksdale Jr., MD, Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital/University Hospitals. Learn more on our website. Subscribe to our mailing list for Zoom information.


SCCR Virtual Science Series

April 7, 9-11 a.m.

Dr. Sandra Tsai, MD, will provide you with an introduction to cardiovascular risk factors, cardiovascular risk assessment, and approaches to cardiovascular disease prevention. Learn more.


MCHRI Seminar Series - Biodesign Faculty Fellows

April 10, 12-1 p.m.

The Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute annually sponsor Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign Faculty Fellowships to spur innovations in maternal and child health, offering faculty the opportunity to apply their knowledge to advance care delivered through Stanford Medicine Children’s Health. Learn more.


Virtual Passover celebration

April 10, 2 p.m.

Connecting our community in the San Francisco Bay Area with friends and guests around the world. Learn more.


Health Policy Forum: AI and Healthcare

April 14, 12:15-1:15 p.m.

Artificial intelligence is an increasing presence in American life, and its potential applications in health care are endless. Some promise it will soon revolutionize health care, but others think it's overhyped. Please join two leading experts as they debate and discuss the future of AI in healthcare. Learn more.

Continuing Medical Education

On-demand webinar now available for Prostate Cancer CME series

The goal of the series is to enhance understanding of increasingly complex treatment options and close knowledge gaps in earlier stages of prostate cancer. The presentation is geared towards medical oncologists, urologists and radiation oncologists. Learn more.


Continuing Medical Education: Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI)

The Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education (Stanford CME) is committed to advancing Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) through continuing education initiatives for Stanford Medicine clinicians and the broader medical community. Learn more.


Diagnosis and management of migraines in adults course

course expires in 2026

This online Continuing Medical Education (CME) activity provides a practical approach to the diagnosis and management of migraine for primary care providers and general neurologist. We will cover key concepts in the diagnosis and management of migraine through an online interactive video-based course with cases to reinforce your knowledge. Learn more.


Multiple Sclerosis educational CME series

Multiple Sclerosis is the most common immune-mediated inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. Educational gaps involving early symptom identification and diagnosis, misdiagnosis, current concepts of neurologic reserve and benefits of early treatment, a rapidly evolving treatment landscape, and increasing goals of therapy create real-world challenges for HCPs that threaten the long-term prognosis of individuals living with MS. Learn more and watch the recordings