News, Events & Presentations Archives


Meet NuLeaf: a new mobile application specifically geared towards providing low-income Californians with nutritional guidance and meal planning services. The mobile application was developed by a team of five Stanford students working to increase nutritional health for low-income communities in California.

NuLeaf Full Article (PDF)  

Health Equity Champion

Congratulations to Dr. Fernando Mendoza (Principal Investigator of COE) who was recently awarded the Health Equity Champion by the Office of Minority Health and Health Equity in the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention. Dr. Mendoza has devoted his entire career to reducing healthcare disparities and increasing diversity in the health workforce, and we salute him! 

Neurosurgery Scholarship and Physicians Medical Forum Scholarship awardee

Congratulations to Marc Carmichael - Delmar C. Sanders, M.D.

Photo courtesy of Physicians Medical Forum and the Sinkler Miller Foundation.

Congratulations to the following “Making Healthier Communities Our Civic Responsibility” Symposium poster session winners.

Congratulations to Keith Glover on winning the Herbert Nickens Award.

The 2013 Herbert W. Nickens Faculty Fellowship and Medical Student Scholarship recipients were recognized for their outstanding leadership in efforts to eliminate inequities in medical education and health care at the AAMC's Annual Meeting on Nov. 4, 2013 at the Future Leaders of Academic Medicine Session. Keith Glover, Stanford University School of Medicine was one of the medical student award recipients.

Latina student founded national, online mentoring program

Stephanie Bravo, a former mentee in the COE Mentorship Program and a former medical student from the University of California-Irvine, started, an educational non-profit that connects students and mentors all over the country through the internet. Its stunning growth caught the attention of President Obama, who recently invited her to the White House for a talk. 

September 7, 2017 

This month the journal Science published an article regarding DACA or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The article focuses on how protecting unauthorized immigrant mothers improves their children’s mental health. You can review article here (PDF).