Spectrum adopts a broad life course approach in our research practice and training to ensure that our CTR efforts lead to benefits for the entire population, with focus on research questions relevant to subject or population groups often under-represented in CTR studies.
Maternal & Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI)
MCHRI mobilizes Stanford discoveries and expertise to improve healthier lives for expectant mothers and children. MCHRI offers full support for clinical research studies and trials, including experienced pediatric-focused clinical research coordinators and consultation services for research budgeting.
Mary M. Chen, MS, MBA, Executive Director
May Zepeda, CCRP, Clinical Research Manager
Clinical Research Support Office (CRSO)
CRSO provides operational, informatics, regulatory, and other needed support for the execution of studies at Stanford Children's Health.
Drug & Device Development Training Program (D3)
D3 aims to advance cutting edge therapies and technologies generated by the Stanford community to benefit the advancement of care to mothers and children. Offerings include training and education, translational medicine research support, and seed grants.
Gary Shaw, DrPH, Faculty Director
Grant Wells, MS, Program Administrator
This program aims at improving quality of life and quality of care for older Americans from diverse backgrounds.
Vyjeyanthi (VJ) Periyakoil, MD, Faculty Co-Lead
Ruth O'Hara, PhD, Faculty Co-Lead
Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE)
CARE aims to improve the health of Asians everywhere by increasing research, empowering education, and positively impacting Asian clinical care.
Latha Palaniappan, MD, MS, Co-Director
Bryant Lin, MD, MEng, Co-Director