Health Equity Lecture Series

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Health Equity Lecture Series

Stanford Health Policy’s Health Equity Lecture Series is a convening of scholars from across campus, engaging with distinguished early and mid-career external speakers who are trailblazing leaders in health equity. The Lecture Series is a flagship event each term that supports Stanford Health Policy’s mission of interdisciplinary innovation, discovery, and education to improve health policy. Invited speakers receive an honorarium in recognition of their expertise and the time committed to their visit.

Winter Lecture: Utibe R. Essien, MD, MPH

Pursuing Pharmacoequity: Race and Novel Drugs in the U.S.

Spring Lecture: Desi Small-Rodriguez, PhD

No Equity Without Sovereignty: Intersections of Indigenous Health and Data

Watch: Inaugural Health Equity Panel

The Health Equity Lecture Series launched with an Inaugural Health Equity Panel on October 29, 2021. Stanford Health Policy convened a diverse group of experts from multiple disciplines to share recent advances and paths toward health equity.

Sherri Rose

Professor of Health Policy, Co-Director of the Health Policy Data Science Lab
Innovative statistical machine learning to improve health
Sherri Rose Stanford Health Policy