Message from the Director
Welcome to the website of SPRC. Our Center has a long tradition of excellence that spans a history of almost half a century.
We want to continue and strengthen this tradition with the adoption of new expertise, research methods, cutting-edge technologies, and interdisciplinary collaborations.
A new year—a new YOU! The On the Move with Stanford study is testing different phone-based programs to increase physical activity and healthy eating among Latinos.
If you are Latino, have a mobile phone, and are 45 years of age or older, you may be eligible to participate.
WELL: WELLNESS LIVING LABORATORY
Applying the Science of Health and Wellbeing
WELL science focuses on transforming health through a paradigm shift in the design, implementation, conduct, and interpretation of the science of healthy living.
WELL seeks to understand, validate and accelerate progress made in successful lifestyle behavior change and amplify both the magnitude of the behavior change and the magnitude of the health impacts.
To find out more about our new exciting program, please visit our WELL website.
M.S. in Community Health & Prevention Research (CHPR)
Congratulations to the Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC) - we received unanimous approval on May 28, 2015 from the Stanford Faculty Senate for our M.S. in Community Health & Prevention Research (CHPR). The SPRC faculty and program staff worked cohesively over the past academic year to create and deliver the program. The M.S. has been approved in perpetuity, effective September 1, 2015. We will evaluate co-term applications over the summer.
We look forward to the inaugural class this Fall!
Your can view details of this exciting new program via our CHPR page.
SPRC/GMD Weekly Seminar Series
All Seminars are located at Medical School Office Building (MSOB), Room X303, every Thursday from 4:05PM-5:00PM, unless noted.
Speaker: Latha Palaniappan, MD, MS, FAHA, FACC, FACP, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Stanford University
Title: Physical Activity Interventions In Type 2 Diabetes
Speaker: Ilana Richman, MD, VA Health Services Research and Development Fellow/Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research
Title: Evaluating the Effects of Breast Density Notification Legislation on Breast Cancer Stage at Diagnosis
Speaker: Eric J. Daza, Post Doctoral Scholar, Stanford Prevention Research Center, Joshua Wallach, PhD Candidate Epidemiology and Clinical Research, Health and Policy and Meta Research Innovation Center Stanford (METRICS), Stanford University
Title: “P” is for Pill: Researcher Non- Adherence to the Proper Use of P-Values
Speaker: Benjamin Seligman, MD/PhD Candidate, Dept. of Biology, Stanford University
Title: Learning from Machine Learning About Social Determinants of Health
Each gift will support evidence-based prevention research, which will have meaningful impact on communities across the globe.