Join us at the 4th Annual MCHRI Symposium on October 28, 2021!

The Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute invites you to its 4th annual symposium!

This annual research symposium will bring together faculty, trainees, students, and postdocs to explore the latest developments and innovations in maternal and child health research. Attendees will learn about the research funded by the Institute across campus, the programs and resources available to advance research in this area, and the researchers and scientists who are making an impact in the maternal and child health community. This event is free and open to all.

4th Annual MCHRI Symposium
Thursday, October 28, 2021

Online Poster Viewing Oct. 25-28

The symposium will highlight today’s most pressing topics, including emerging concepts in health equity, innovations in pediatric cardiovascular medicine, and breakthrough discoveries in maternal and child health.

Online Poster Viewing - Now Live!

Register now to access the Poster Hall

Instructors, fellows, residents, postdocs, students, and faculty of all disciplines from Stanford will share the latest research developments in maternal or child health during the virtual poster viewing, made available online October 25-28, 2021.

Access the Poster Hall now by registering for the Symposium.

Keynote Speaker

Global Priorities in Reproductive Health Technologies

Kelle H. Moley, MD, is the Deputy Director of Reproductive Health Technologies at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and a research pioneer in maternal obesity and diabetes in pregnancy and infant health. Learn more.

Session Speakers

Hear from Stanford experts on the latest innovation and research in maternal and child health at the 4th Annual MCHRI Symposium. The symposium will highlight today’s most pressing topics, including:

 

  • Emerging Maternal and Prenatal Health Discoveries
  • Scientific Advances in Diversity, Health Equity, and Social Justice
  • Innovations in Pediatric Cardiovascular Medicine
  • Groundbreaking Research from Rising Scientists!
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