MCHRI News & Updates
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 (IBD).
MCHRI is pleased to announce the DRIVE (Diversity, Respect, and Inclusion are Vital for Excellence) in Research Pipeline Award. This program aims to improve the diversity of the research workforce in maternal and child health research through mentored summer internships for URM undergraduate sophomores.
Join us for the Virtual Summer Scamper 5k, 10k, and kids’ fun run on June 30! Join the MCHRI Team and register (it’s free!) to walk, run, or move from the comfort of your own home. Your support helps provide care and comfort to children and families at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford.
Stanford Medicine News
Speakers at the Stanford School of Medicine 2021 virtual graduation ceremony looked back at a year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic and increasing awareness of racial injustice.
By tracking which scientific papers are cited by patents, researchers can quantify which studies contribute to real-world applications.
Giving people information about animal welfare can motivate them to eat less meat, a meta-analysis of 100 studies has found.