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MCHRI News & Updates

22q11 Deletion Syndrome Virtual Symposium

Join us this Wednesday, November 10, 2021 for the 3rd Biennial 22q11 Deletion Syndrome Virtual Symposium! This event will bring together an interdisciplinary community of clinicians, basic scientists and translational investigators to highlight new research and emerging topics in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome (22q11.2DS), and aims to foster close interdisciplinary discourse.

Annual MCHRI Symposium

Thank you for attending the 4th Annual MCHRI Symposium, set for October 28! This was an opportunity for instructors, fellows, residents, postdocs, students, and faculty of all disciplines from Stanford to share their latest research in maternal or child health. 

DRIVE students present updates from their summer research projects, concluding pilot program

Congratulations to the inaugural cohort for the DRIVE (Diversity, Respect, and Inclusion are Vital for Excellence) in Research Pipeline Program! After spending the summer working with faculty mentors, the students presented their research projects on August 25th.

Gut It Out Foundation fundraise for research on health equity in IBD

The Gut It Out Foundation, founded by Jake and Amanda Diekman, is fundraising to support the work of MCHRI to fund a pilot grant for research the structural racism, social injustice, and health disparities in inflammatory bowel disease.

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Upcoming Events

January 6, 2021
Global Child Health

12:00pm - 1:00pm