Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Stanford Pathology in the news

The Department of Pathology DEI committee is pleased to announce
the winners of the 2023 Health Equity Research Award:

Most outstanding manuscripts: 

  1. Dahlen A and Charu V. “Analysis of sampling bias in large health care claims databases.” JAMA Netw Open. 2023;6(1):e2249804.  
  2. Luo R, et al. “Neutral-coating capillary electrophoresis coupled with high-resolution mass spectrometry for top-down identification of hemoglobin variants.”  Clin Chem. 2023;69(1):56-67.  
  3. Torres C, et al. “ATTCT and ATTCC repeat expansions in the ATXN10 gene affect disease penetrance of spinocerebellar ataxia type 10.” HGG Advances. 2022;3(4):100137.

Most outstanding abstracts/pre-prints:

  1. Liang B, et al. “Racial disparities in endometrial carcinoma: An analysis of tumors from Black/African American Patients to Determine the Value of the TCGA molecular classification system in this population.”  USCAP 2022 Annual Meeting. 
  2. Brar N, et al. “Somatostatin Receptor (SSTR2) expression in EBV-positive and EBV-negative lymphomas: A histopathological analysis of greater than 400 hematopoietic neoplasms.” USCAP 2023 Annual Meeting. 

*All first authors will receive a cash prize: manuscripts - $1000, abstracts/pre-prints - $500

About the Award

The Pathology Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee is pleased to announce the Pathology Health Equity Research Award. This award will be 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.


Manuscripts, abstracts, pre-prints focused on health equity or health disparities


Manuscripts published or abstracts presented at meetings between January 1, 2022 to June 1, 2023


Clinical trainees, post-doctoral scholars, graduate students, lab scientists, research scientists, and faculty


Manuscripts - $1000 each (up to 3 awards)
Abstracts/pre/prints - $500 each (up to 4 awards)

* First authors (including co-first authors) will receive cash prize.  All co-authors will receive a certificate.

If you have questions about this award please contact Dr. Kim Hazard, fkgray@stanford.edu.

The Stanford Pathology DE&I committee’s guiding principles are to educate, support and hold accountable ourselves and our peers to create an equitable and supportive environment • Uphold our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusivity and justice • Be bold, push boundaries and embrace anti-racism with respect, humility and transparency • Recognize opportunities for growth within all facets of Pathology and empower each member of the department to participate in its growth.