Eureka Institute for Translational Medicine
A key goal of the Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI) is to provide early-career development and enhance the Stanford translational medicine community. We have partnered with the Eureka Institute for Translational Medicine to provide our maternal and child health community additional professional development.
About Eureka Institute
The mission of the Eureka Institute is to develop a community of translational medicine professionals equipped to catalyze the application of discoveries for the benefit of human health.
For more information on Eureka, please visit their website.
Why be a translational scientist?
"The Eureka Institute for Translational Medicine International Certificate Program was a career game changer for me. I was able to better understand my identity and responsibility as a translational scientist, which clarified my priorities and helped me see the potential for my work that I had never known existed before."
Manpreet Singh, MD, MS
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
2018 Eureka Alumna
About the Stanford MCHRI Eureka
As part of our commitment to translational medicine, the Stanford MCHRI Eureka team aim to build a community of translational scientists at Stanford. As a first step toward building this community, we hope to develop more approachable, interdisciplinary, and effective guidance and mentorship in translational medicine.
For more information, please contact MCHRI Adminstration at firstname.lastname@example.org.