09/29/21: Space, The Final Frontier of Remote Health
Next up on our Alumni to Alumni Speaker Series, join us as alumnus Dr. Anil Menon discusses aerospace medicine and the research connected to this September’s SpaceX.
10/09/21: Women in Medicine & Science - Roads to Resilience: Lessons from Science and Life - A Virtual Program
join us for a lively virtual program of inspiration, education, and celebration of the remarkable women in medicine and the biosciences who are part of Stanford’s community of alumni and faculty. You’ll be hearing from experts as they share the science behind resilience, personal stories from their lives and their personal journeys to becoming creative innovators, groundbreaking researchers, and role models within the medical community.
08/20/21: PA Welcome Event
Thank you to all that could help us welcome the 2021 incoming class of physician assistants at this annual ceremony at which the students received their first white coats and stethoscopes in the program. This ceremony marks the beginning of their journey into medicine.
08/20/21: MD Stethoscope Ceremony
Thank you to all that could join us to welcome the new MD class of 2021 at the annual MD Stethoscope Ceremony event in which first year medical students receive their white coats and stethoscopes. This symbolic ceremony marks the beginning of their journey into medicine.
4/24/21: Alumni Day 2021
Lessons Learned - Preparing for A Brighter Tomorrow
Thank you for all who were able to join us for Alumni Day 2021. Our theme of “Lessons Learned- Preparing for a Brighter Tomorrow” allows us to reflect on the last year and what it means for the future of medicine.
03/31/21: COVID-19 Genetics: Pandemic Research in Real-time
Thank you for everyone who could join us for COVID-19 Genetics: Pandemic Research in Real-time, with alumni Jeffrey Pollard, Resident ’06 and Anjali Shastri, PhD ’03 as they present the findings from 23andMe's COVID-19 study, including the identification of genetic and non-genetic factors that may influence disease severity.
Covid-19 and Live Events
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