Refugees and Vulnerable Populations
In partnership with those most impacted, we aim to enhance clinical care and improve the lives of vulnerable and underserved populations – with a special emphasis on refugees and migrants impacted by conflict and climate change. We offer seed grants to catalyze early stage research, connect Stanford clinicians to local partners to expand clinical and research capacity while enriching our research and practice, and host impactful, community-driven initiatives such as Families at the Border.
Families at the Border
Families at the Border works diligently to build the capacity of Tijuana’s shelters and clinics to address the growing primary care needs of the increasing refugee population.
Global Child Health
Stanford’s Global Child Health team is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of children around the world through medical training, multi-disciplinary research, and improved clinical care for the underserved. We are equipping the next generation of physician-leaders in global pediatrics.
Stanford Children in Crisis Program
The Stanford Children in Crisis Program is the first university-based program to address the needs and improve the health and wellbeing of children in areas of political instability and civil conflict.