Asian Liver Center is currently recruiting for the 2024 Summer Website Development Volunteers!   

Application Deadline: Friday, June 28, 2024 


Software Engineer


We are on the lookout for a talented software engineer to volunteer for an exciting project: building a website that functions like ChatGPT, but focused on liver cancer information. The website will have a friendly chat interface where users can ask questions and get relevant information about liver cancer. On the backend, the system will search through web resources and specific documentation from Stanford's Asian Liver Center ( to provide accurate and helpful answers. We are looking for someone with experience in web development, strong skills in programming languages and frameworks (especially Python) and a good grasp of information retrieval techniques like Retrieval-Augmented Generation (RAG) or HYDE. This is a great opportunity to use your skills for a meaningful cause, helping to design, develop, and test a tool that will make a real difference for people seeking information on liver cancer. If you are up for the challenge and ready to make an impact, we would love to hear from you!



Email your CV and Cover Letter to Sharon Yao at by Friday, June 28, 2024:

The subject of your email with attachments should read as follows:

Software Engineer_Your Name (e.g., Software Engineer_Elizabeth More) 



Asian Liver Center is currently recruiting for the 2024 Summer Internship!   

Application Deadline: Friday, May 24, 2024 

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. We highly encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. 

*Local candidates are encouraged to apply. Internship for undergraduate college students, and graduate students. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply (if within one year from graduation date). 

See position descriptions and details below. 

If you would like to be notified when applications are open for future summer or academic terms, please sign up on the Asian Liver Center Internship Interest Form.



The interns will be working on-site/remote depending on positions. 

Our office is located across from Stanford Hospital and can be reached via the free Marguerite Shuttle!

Asian Liver Center at Stanford University School of Medicine 

780 Welch Road, Suite CJ130

Palo Alto, CA 94304


Interns are eligible to receive a performance-based stipend at the conclusion of the internship up to $2,500 or $3,000.


Check our FAQs first. If your question is still not answered, contact us.


Community/Youth Outreach & Youth Leadership Conference  

The Community and Youth Outreach Intern will plan the 2024 Youth Leadership Conference at Stanford University.  The Conference brings together 100 high school students from around the world to train them in leadership and motivate them to take action against the biggest health disparity faced by Asians and Pacific Islanders today, hepatitis B.  You’ll also work closely with our Team HBV High School and Collegiate Advisory Board on local community outreach ideas and projects.

Graphic Design

We are looking for a creative graphic designer capable of crafting distinct designs and excelling in a collaborative environment with multiple priorities. Utilize Adobe software such as After Effects, InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator to conceive original designs for flyers, brochures, posters, and websites. Your creations will take center stage at outreach events and be showcased on the official Stanford website.

Digital Content and Social Media Strategist 

We are seeking a student passionate about impacting communities through digital content. Your work will drive brand awareness and the growth of our digital communities for the purpose of improving community health. This will be a good fit for someone excited about pioneering creative social media campaign concepts that are backed by data.

Program and Outreach Coordinator Intern 

We are seeking a Program and Outreach Coordinator Intern who is passionate about driving and coordinating efforts for our programs that bring our community together with the goal of working towards our mission and improving community health. This will be a good fit for someone excited about community organization, leading, and collaborating with the youth, the community, and volunteers. 


We are seeking enthusiastic interns to help with data analysis and report writing for an ongoing research project that evaluates the care cascade of chronic hepatitis B patients by utilizing electronic medical record (EMR) data. This internship offers an excellent opportunity for individuals interested in developing their skills in data analytics and academic writing. As an intern, you may have the chance to co-author a research paper published in a peer-reviewed journal.


Email your CV and Cover Letter to the following contacts by Friday, May 24, 2024:

The subject of your email with attachments should read as follows: 

Internship_Your Name_Desired Role (e.g., Internship_Elizabeth More_Community Health) 


Founded in 1996, Asian Liver Center at Stanford University is the first non-profit organization in the United States to address the disproportionately high rates of chronic hepatitis B infection and liver cancer in Asians and Asian Americans.

The Center is a global leader working to end transmission, deaths, and discrimination associated with hepatitis B through CARE: Collaboration, Advocacy, Research, and Education/Outreach. 

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