Stanford Team HBV


Team HBV is dedicated to solving the disproportionately high incidence of hepatitis B and liver cancer among many minority groups worldwide and creates programming that addresses the disparity.

Fall 2014 HBV Retreat!

October 22nd, 2014

We had our first retreat for the new school year last Saturday. We are busy planning new events to hold for the year and were excited to bond with one another! Keep an eye out for our events :)

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HBV Project Team!

January 10th, 2014

Our HBV teams are productive and determined to promote HBV prevention advocacy year round! This team in particular is spending their Friday night working hard on planning a large screening event to be held later in the year in San Jose. photo-4 photo-5 photo-6

PLANNING!

October 23rd, 2013

The team is busy planning for the upcoming National Team HBV Conference!!


New Additions to Team HBV

October 20th, 2013

Warm welcomes again to our new members:

Susan Chang, Annie Hu, Stephanie Liu, Colin Man, Jed Paul, Sarah Simmons, Kor Van, Victoria Wang, Tian Chen Zeng

WELCOME TO THE TEAM GUYS! IT’S GOING TO BE AN AWESOME YEAR :D

Welcome New Members!

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!!!

Hello potential 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 (etruong@stanford.edu), Recruitment Director, know and she’ll connect you with the application and can answer any questions!

Get involved

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!

Apply now

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!

HBAW: Former CA Assemblywoman and Pro Tempore Fiona Ma visits Stanford

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!

Hepatitis B Awareness Week

April 7th, 2013

Check out the events on campus and join the fight against hepatitis B!

Preparing for HBAW

April 5th, 2013

Making posters for jade dining day!

Screening Initiative Program!

January 25th, 2013

Team HBV targeted international students and graduate students on Stanford campus, encouraging them to get screened for hepatitis B for free at Vaden Health Center!

Students who got screened for hepatitis B received FREE BOBA .

52 graduate students screened for hepatitis B and 0 were positive!

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