A list of diversity resources available to the members of our community

Combatting Racial Injustice

We’ve compiled a list of resources from Stanford LEAD, Stanford Medicine's Diversity Cabinet. the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity and other groups to help you learn, grow, find support, get involved, and make an impact. 



Funding Opportunities

The American Society of Hematology Minority Recruitment Initiative

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) introduced the ASH Minority Recruitment Initiative to increase the participation of underrepresented minorities in hematology-related fields. Award programs and funding are available to support underrepresented minorities throughout their medical education and careers. Learn more and apply

The American Society of Hematology Graduate Award Program

This award offers PhD students exposure to hematology by providing support to conduct hematology-related research. Award benefits include $80,000 to support two years of research, the opportunity to present research findings at ASH meetings, and complimentary ASH membership. Applications due January 15. Learn more and apply

Publications, Trainings, and Courses

Stanford Martin Luther King Jr Research and Education Institute


New England Journal of Medicine: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion That Matter


Annals of Internal Medicine: Life After May 25

Stanford University Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is available for students 24/7 at (650) 723-3785 and Students who are off-campus and traveling can still contact CAPS as a resource.

The Bridge Peer Counseling Center offers counseling by trained students and can be reached at (650) 723-3392.

The Graduate Life Office is available 24/7 at (650) 723-7288. Please provide pager ID number 25085 to the operator. GLO can be reached during office hours at (650) 736-7078.

Residence Deans (RDs) are available to help undergraduates. An on-call RD is available 24/7 at (650) 504-8022.

The Office for Religious Life offers pastoral care and spiritual guidance and can be reached at (650) 723-1762.

The Faculty Staff Help Center offers confidential assistance for faculty and staff. More information is available at

The Department of Public Safety can be reached at 911 in an emergency or 9-911 from a university phone, and at (650) 329-2413 in a non-emergency.

Reporting an Act of Intolerance can be done at

Emergency Resources: