University HealthCare Alliance

June 01, 2017

UHA’s First Research & Learning Collaborative Mini-Conference Partnered with PCHA

Join us for UHA’s first ever joint community-academic research conference with the Packard Children’s Health Alliance (PCHA). This will be a great opportunity to meet leaders from UHA, PCHA, and the School of Medicine, to expand your clinical network, and to learn about opportunities to participate in Stanford School of Medicine research initiatives. We will discuss the potential of research networks, big data, and community engagement, to drive cutting edge innovation in health care delivery.

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for education, enrichment, as well as building partnerships to improve the health of our patients and community.

Where: Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
: July 22nd, 2017  |  1:30pm – 4:30pm

Registration is FREE! Lunch will be provided with registration.

To register, please click here. Online Registration deadline: July 15th, 2017.

Click the links to print the Featured Speaker flyer or the Conference Agenda.


Peter Margolis, MD, PhD (Keynote)
Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Research at the James M. Anderson Center for Health System Excellence at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
“ImproveCareNow: patient-powered research that has raised the bar for the standard of care in pediatric IBD”

Ann Hsing, PhD, MPH
Research Professor of Medicine at Stanford Prevention Research Center/Cancer Institute and of Health Research and Policy (Epidemiology)
“Population-based epidemiological studies on cancer”

Michael Baiocchi, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine Stanford Prevention Research Center and of Statistics and of Health Research and Policy (Epidemiology)
“How a community learned to prevent sexual assault: a classroom intervention”

Jason Wang, MD, PhD (Panel Moderator)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics (General Pediatrics) and of Medicine (Primary Care Outcomes Research) at the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital
“Vision for PCHA-UHA Research and Learning Collaborative and Population-based Studies”

Tom Robinson, MD
The Irving Schulman, M.D. Endowed Professor in Child Health and Professor of Medicine at the Stanford Prevention Research Center
“Solution-oriented research paradigm to improve health and well-being of children, families, and the planet”

  Gary M. Shaw, DrPH
Research Professor of Pediatrics (Neonatology), Health Research and Policy (Epidemiology) at Stanford School of Medicine
“Birth defects and preterm birth – population based studies”
Marilyn Winkleby, PhD, MPH
Research Professor of Medicine at Stanford Prevention Research Center
“A reflection on 30 years of NIH-funded, practice based research among low-income, ethnic minorities, and underserved populations in community-based intervention studies”
Kenneth Mahaffey, MD (Panel Moderator)
Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Stanford University Medical Center
“Practice-based research and Clinical Trials”