Health Disparities Research
Grants, Awards & Stanford Principle Investigators working on HDR
The Stanford Pathology Research Retreat
Held annually, the purpose of the retreat is to permit all of the Department's members to become more familiar with the research that is being conducted in the department, including basic, translational and clinical projects. We hope this will facilitate new opportunities for collaborative studies and research training, as well as enhance prospects for additional funding of such activities.
Health Disparity Research is a newly awarded category for this year’s retreat which welcomes studies with a particular focus on health differences that are closely linked with social, economic, geographic and/or environmental disadvantage. By defining a new award category, we want to recognize the impact that such determinants have on health outcomes of specific populations.
Pathology Research Retreat Health Disparity Award
Pagé Goddard, BS (Abstract #32)
Graduate Student, Genetics
Molecular and Cell Biology, UCLA
"Transcriptional diversity in the African functional genomics resource"
PI: Stephen Montgomery, PhD
Associate Professor of Pathology & Genetics
Health Disparities Research & Community Programs at Stanford
The Stanford Women's Health & Sex Differences in Medicine Center acknowledges the wisdom of conducting innovative, multi-disciplinary research on women’s health & sex differences in biology & medicine.
Women's Health Forum
The Annual Stanford Women’s Health Forum, provides a in-depth look at pressing topics in women's health. The forum is organized by the Stanford Women's Health & Sex Differences in Medicine (WHSDM) Center.
JUST Health - a web publication designed to spotlight thought, research, challenges, and inroads in health disparities, health inequity, and social justice in medicine, health and wellness.
Flu Crew creates opportunities for medical students to provide immunizations in the community while addressing population health needs in underserved areas.
Civic Engagement Symposium
The Civic Engagement Symposium explores multi-disciplinary approaches toward improving health, illness, and wellness.
Our Voice: Citizen Science for Health Equity
The Our Voice Initiative aims to increase health equity among people of all socioeconomic backgrounds and in diverse parts of the world.
Community Health Symposium
The Community Health Symposium is an annual event showcasing a wide range of service and partnership research projects undertaken by Stanford students, trainees, and faculty in underserved communities.
Cardinal Free Clinics
The Cardinal Free Clinics were created to fill a void in the health care safety net. Cardinal Free Clinics represents a new and innovative model for providing free health care to the underserved.
Presence champions the human experience in medicine by fostering research, dialogue, and multidisciplinary collaboration to produce measurable and meaningful change in health care.
LGBT Medical Education Research Group
The LGBT Medical Education Research Group's mission is to be a significant contributor to the field of LGBT health, educational policies, & advocating for LGBT patients and providers.
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