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We Aim to Foster the Development of Physician Leaders Capable of Eliminating the Nation's Health Inequities through Service, Advocacy and Scholarship.

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Civic Engagement Symposium

Congratulations to Marc Carmichael - Delmar C. Sanders, M.D. Neurosurgery Scholarship and Physicians Medical Forum Scholarship awardee.

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


Symposium poster session winners

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

Spotlight award: 100 Citizens
Promising Public Health Partnership award: Cardiology Awareness and Resources for Everyone
Model Community-Engaged Research Initiative: Evaluating the lived experiences of male Day Workers in Oakland, California
Promising Educational Program: Exploring Science and Writing with Sheltered Youth
Emerging Research in Health and Wellness: “What is Narrative Medicine?"


Civic Engagement Symposium

“Making Healthier Communities our Civic Responsibility” Civic Engagement Symposium.

The Center of Excellence in Diversity in Medical Education will host the 2nd annual multi-disciplinary Civic Engagement Symposium and Poster Session focused on improving health in our communities on Saturday, June 24, 2017. Full Story »


Keith Glover

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. Full Story »

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Dr. Ka-Kit Hui

F.A.C.P. Wallis Annenberg Chair in Integrative East-West Medicine. Professor, Founder & Director, Center for East-West Medicine. Department of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine. Chair, Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine UCLA

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