January 20th, 2015
Members of Stanford’s Team HBV worked alongside the Asian Liver Center to provide HBV outreach resources to small businesses across the country. The team created a preliminary educational toolkit for businesses throughout Santa Clara County, and then adapted it for distribution to all collegiate Team HBV chapters. Great job team!
Check out this informational poster to determine what you can do about HBV:
Employee Awareness Poster
Spread the word!
November 22nd, 2014
On 11/8/14, Team HBV presented a class on Hepatitis B at Stanford Splash, an enrichment program for students in grades 7-12 that aims to help students explore new subject areas and interests. The presentation was tailored to students from middle school who were interested in medicine. The presentation was a 50 minute lecture very similar to a biology/virology lecture in college. The class was at capacity, with about 20 students in attendance. During the presentation, we explained the prevalence of HBV, described the disease mechanisms, and discussed possible ways to be involved in HBV outreach.
October 23rd, 2013
The team is busy planning for the upcoming National Team HBV Conference!!
October 20th, 2013
A HUGE welcome to our new Team HBV Members (’13-’14). The new members were woken up and rolled out at 7-8AM to have breakfast with current members!!!
September 25th, 2013
Come to our first meeting on Wednesday, Oct 2 8-9 PM in Old Union 201. Can’t make our first meeting? Let Emily Truong (email@example.com), Recruitment Director, know and she’ll connect you with the application and can answer any questions!
Anyone interested in Team HBV can join as a member. In addition to being an officer (elections held later in the school year) or member, you can join as a Frosh Intern or Core Member! The distinctions are below.
Member (anyone!): An integral part of the Team HBV family, shows up to meetings and events when convenient. Goes to Team HBV social events. Lowest time-commitment.
Core Member (sophomores +): (2 hours/week) An integral part of the Team HBV leadership, makes most meetings, helps out and plans events, and overall spends more time with Team HBV. Has the option of taking ownership of an education or awareness project, collaborating with other members and student groups or community partners. Great chance at an officer position for next year, if s/he so wishes. And gets to hang out more with awesome Team HBV-ers!
Frosh Intern (freshmen): (2 hours/week) An integral part of the Team HBV leadership, makes most meetings, and pursues ownership of a project, generally with 1-2 other frosh interns and an older core member. Unique mentorship opportunity allows new freshmen to make an impact! Great chance at an officer position for next year, if s/he so wishes. And gets to hang out more with awesome Team HBV-ers!
Interested in applying as a Core Member or Frosh Intern? Fill out the application form!
Not interested in being a Core Member or Frosh Intern, but still want to be a part of Team HBV? Be sure to sign up for the mailing list to get information about our general meeting!
April 11th, 2013
Former CA Assemblywoman Fiona Ma comes to Stanford and shares her story of fighting against hepatitis B. Students and Team HBV were able to hear her views on the current effort and her encouragement on what youth can do to advance the cause!