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Stanford Pathology • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion events and in the news
- – DEI in the Department of Pathology
Winners Announcement: Pathology Health Equity Research Award– DEI in the Department of Pathology
Winners Announcement: Pathology Health Equity Research Award
The Department of Pathology DEI committee is pleased to announce the winners of the 2023 Health Equity Research Award. This award is given to authors of manuscripts (peer-reviewed), abstracts and/or pre-prints focused on health equity or health disparities published or presented at meetings between January 1, 2022 to June 1, 2023.
- – Department of Pathology
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Symposium 2023, April 24-28, 2023
The Department of Pathology is excited to host “Diversity Week 2023” April 24-28, 2023. The week will feature distinguished speakers delving into topics across the spectrum of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in academia. The Pathology DEI Committee welcomes all members of the Stanford University community to participate.
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SCORE Program now accepting applications!
Stanford Clinical Opportunity for Residency Experience Program is accepting applications now. The deadline for applications is April 23, 2023 11:59 PM PST. Apply now!
"This summer really opened up my eyes to research. Prior to this experience I hadn't had any exposure to research, so it really made me consider research in my future career... I'm really grateful for this experience because it broadened my horizons and I feel like I got a much more in-depth introduction to pathology which prior to this experience, I really didn't know much about."
Adrienne Carter, MHS
Medical Student, Meharry Medical College
Rotated in Brooke Howitt Lab at Stanford Pathology, Stanford-Meharry Research Retreat
"Me personally, it's held me accountable to engaging and re-engaging with these topics on a regular basis, and over time, I think/hope has helped me better recognize systemic racism in all its myriad and sneaky presentations, including my own biases. This book club helped inspire me to do one of my CP long talks on a related topic, and has also informed/motivated my contributions to other DEI efforts in the department such as our orientation and open house earlier this year."
- Hannah Wang, MD
Subspecialty Fellow, Microbiology
Member - JEDI media club
"Our scientific institutions have systematically invested in research that primarily centers and benefits men of European descent. I aim to contribute to a more equitable understanding of our diverse global population, and to work towards including and promoting communities traditionally excluded. The creation of this award is a step towards a more equitable research agenda by emphasizing value of health disparity research. I hope this award will emphasize the importance of funding for health disparity research, as well as the need to hire individuals from diverse backgrounds to enable people to co-create research agendas with their own communities."
PhD candidate, Montgomery Lab
Recipient of the 2021 Health Disparity Research Retreat Award
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