Stanford Medicine Supports DACA
Stanford medical students, faculty and staff show their support for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program during a Sept. 14 rally at the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning & Knowledge.
“At Stanford, we stand in firm support of everyone in our immigrant community. Stanford will continue to advocate tirelessly for immigration reform efforts that allow us to continue to welcome students, employees and scholars who contribute to our mission of education and discovery.” President Marc Tessier-Lavigne
Empowering Tomorrow's Physician Leaders
With close ties to Stanford University and a world-class medical center, Stanford University School of Medicine sets the training ground for the next generation of biomedical leaders and pioneers. All of the resources of our campus - extraordinary faculty and peers, state-of-the-art facilities and a diverse campus life – will provide you limitless opportunities to interact with a community of scholars who will support your educational endeavors and make you feel at home.
A New Era in Medical Education
The School of Medicine is at the forefront of a major transformation in medical education. Known as the “flipped-classroom” model, this new approach moves traditional lecture content to online video, thereby freeing classroom time for interactive learning among peers and faculty.
Undergraduate & Youth Opportunities
The School of Medicine sponsors a number of programs to introduce undergraduate and high school students from underrepresented backgrounds to careers in medicine and basic science research.
The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program is designed to build a multidisciplinary community of Stanford graduate students dedicated to finding creative solutions to the world's greatest challenges.
Knight-Hennessy Scholars will award full funding to Stanford medical students for twelve quarters, with additional opportunities for leadership training and collaboration across all graduate disciplines.
If you have applied to or plan to apply to the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program (KHS), please be advised that a KHS Application number is required before you are permitted to submit the Stanford Medicine Supplemental Application.
The KHS Application number is created by initiating the KHS Application. If you wish to submit the Stanford Medicine Supplemental Application without "completing" the KHS Application, please create the KHS Application prior to submitting the Stanford Medicine Supplemental Application and return later to complete the KHS Application.
The deadline to apply is October 9, 2019 (1:00 pm PDT). After this date and time, you will no longer be permitted to submit the KHSP application.
Stanford Med School Unplugged
Check out the SMS Unplugged blog series to learn about current students and their real-life experiences at Stanford.