Associate Professor Ana Crawford
Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Stanford University, California, USA
Dr. Crawford is an Associate Professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine at Stanford University in California, USA. After completing a master’s degree in Global Health Sciences, she founded the Division of Global Health Equity at Stanford. She has spent well over a decade working to bring education and training through academic partnerships across the globe, primarily in underserved and variably-resourced areas. Working extensively in sub-Saharan Africa, she holds an honorary appointment at the University of Rwanda. Dr. Crawford believes global includes local and works in her local community to address social barriers to health. She provides ICU clinical services for the Alameda County health system. As the proud recipient of the 2021 Kevin Malott Humanitarian Service Award, Dr. Crawford worked assisting the Pine Ridge Native American Reservation and Pine Ridge Hospital in South Dakota with their COVID-19 response.