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Carol H Winograd (Emeritus Faculty)

Carol H Winograd carol.winograd
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Carol Hutner Winograd, MD, a geriatrician, is an emerita professor of Medicine and Human Biology at Stanford University. Her education includes BA with honors in French (Wellesley College), biomedical graduate studies (Harvard University), MD cum laude ( Boston University Medical School), Internal Medicine and Family Medicine residencies (University of California San Francisco), Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar Fellow (Stanford University). She was an Assistant Professor at University of California San Francisco, and then served as Clinical Director of the Geriatric Research and Education Center at Stanford. She currently advises students and teaches courses on women and aging, mobility, and geriatrics. Carol's research focused on identifying predictors of decline and improving function, especially mobility, in frail hospitalized older patients. Her interests include geriatric assessment, Alzheimer's disease, mobility, health policy, women's issues, and a comprehensive health and social approach to aging. Her publications include co-authorship of a book Treatments for the Alzheimer Patient: The Long Haul (New York: Springer Publishing Co., 1988.) and more than 40 peer-reviewed articles on functional impairment in hospitalized elders, mobility, and geriatric assessment. A Fellow of the American Geriatrics Society and the Gerontological Society of America, Carol has received certification in Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, and Family Practice, was a Board Member of the American Geriatrics Society and Chair of its Public Policy Committee. Since retiring, she spends much of her time promoting social justice causes and wellness efforts. She is a member of Women Donors Network, Chair of the Advisory Board of the Jewish Chaplaincy at Stanford Medical Center, National Board Member of J Street, Abraham's Vision and Live Oak Institute. She has been married to Terry Winograd for over 43 years. They still have fun, find interesting topics to discuss, and work jointly both teaching and doing philanthropy. They have two daughters: Avra, (engaged to Justin Durack), and Shoshana (married to Philip Ohriner), and two grandsons, Ari and Eli.

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