Information for NEW Postdoctoal Candidates
The Master of Science in Community Health and Prevention Research (CHPR)
The Master of Science (M.S.) in Community Health and Prevention Research (CHPR) is designed for students pursuing health-related careers focusing on chronic disease prevention, health and wellness promotion, and the pursuit of health equity.
WELL For Life at Stanford
WELL is a cutting-edge effort to help us understand and improve wellbeing for everyone. Medicine has long focused on how to diagnose and treat disease, but WELL is using a new approach focused on wellbeing to improve lifestyle behaviors and health.
To find out more about our new exciting program, please visit our WELL For Life website.
SPRC (Stanford Prevention Research Center)/PCPH (Primary Care and Population Health) Weekly Seminar Series
All Seminars are located at the Medical School Office Building (MSOB), Room X303, every Thursday from 4:00PM-5:00PM, unless noted.
Speaker: Priya Fielding-Singh, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Stanford Prevention Research Center
Title: A Taste of Inequality: Food's Symbolic Value Across Socioeconomic Status
Speaker: Michelle Odden, PhD, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Health Research Policy
Title: Cardiovascular Prevention, Healthy Aging, and Heterogeneity in Risk
Speaker: Mehmet Ozen, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Radiology
Speaker: Michele L. Patel, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Stanford Prevention Research Center
Title: Comparing Self-Monitoring Strategies for Weight Loss in a Commercial Mobile App.
Speaker: Julia Simard, ScD, Assistant Professor of Health Research and Policy (Epidemiology) and, by courtesy, of Immuniology & Rheumatology
Title: Pregnancy outcomes in women with systemic lupus in population-based data: findings and methodological challenges
Speaker: Esther John, PhD, MSPH, Professor (Research) of Medicine (Division of Oncology/Cancer Institute), Co-leader, Population Sciences Stanford Cancer institute
Title: Breast Cancer Health Disparities in African American Women
Speaker: Jenna Hua, Postdoctoral fellow, Healthy Aging Research & Technology Solutions (HARTS) Laboratory, SPRC