Event Information

Date & Time
October 29, 2009 -
3:15pm to 5:00pm
Location
Levinthal Hall
424 Santa Teresa St
94305 Stanford , CA
California US

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The Clayman Institute's 35th Anniversary Celebration

Description

We invite you to join us in celebrating thirty-five years of creating knowledge and making change for gender equality.

Symposium Information:

The symposium will begin with the premiere of the Clayman Institute’s 35th Anniversary Video.  Following the video presentation, Professor Londa Schiebinger will introduce Gendered Innovations, a cutting-edge approach of using gender analysis in research that can spark creativity. Professor Hannah Valantine will discuss unintended gender bias in medical research, especially as it pertains to cardiovascular research. Together, they will show how gender research can enhance the lives of both men and women. This talk will take place as part of the popular educational format Classes Without Quizzes during Stanford's Reunion Homecoming weekend celebration.

Free and open to all!

Speakers

    • John L. Hinds Professor of History of Science, School of Humanities and Sciences
    • Director, EU/US Gendered Innovations in Science, Health & Medicine, and Engineering Project
    • The Barbara D. Finberg Director, 2004 - 2010
    • Faculty Research Fellow, 2012-13
    • Faculty Reaserch Fellow, 2017-18
    Londa Schiebinger is the John L. Hinds Professor of History of Science in the History Department at Stanford University, and joined Stanford's Clayman Institute for Gender Research in April of 2004 as the Barbara D. Finberg Director. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.   Professor Schiebinger's research has been featured in the New York Times, the New Yorker, Die Zeit, Frankfurter Allgemeine...
  • Hannah Valantine headshot
    • Senior Associate Dean, School of Medicine
    • Professor, Cardiovascular Medicine
    • Clayman Institute Faculty Research Fellow, 2009-2010
    • Supported by the Iris F. Litt, M.D Fund
    Hannah Valantine is the senior associate dean for diversity and leadership at the Stanford University School of Medicine and a former Clayman Research Fellow. Dr. Hannah Valantine was born in the Gambia, West Africa, and grew up in England. She is a graduate of St. George's Hospital, London University and completed her residency at St. George's Hospital, Brompton Hospital and Guys Hospital London. Her cardiology...