Organization Leaders
Alena Groopman (leader)
Andy Tien
President of UCLA Chapter
Rebecca Hu
President of UC Berkeley Chapter
Jen Wang
Team HBV Intern
Francis Deng 邓
Co-President of Harvard Chapter
Frank Chen
President of Harvard Chapter
Jian Zheng
Team HBV Advisor
Amanda Wong 黄真
Team HBV Advisor
Derek Chen
Team HBV Web Advisor
Ying Ying Guan
ALC Team HBV Intern
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Team HBV is the international coalition of student organizations and volunteers working with the Asian Liver Center to spread awareness about hepatitis B and liver cancer to their schools and communities. Team HBV is the organizational structure that works to promote the Jade Ribbon Campaign.

Collegiate Team HBV is the college chapters of Asian Liver Center (ALC) at Stanford. The mission of Collegiate Team HBV is to implement campus and community outreach to raise awareness of the disproportionately high incidence of hepatitis B and liver cancer in Asians and Pacific Islanders, as well as to implement global outreach in promoting the international Jade Ribbon Campaign (JRC) of the ALC, including to educate about, to vaccinate against, and to test for HBV in the U.S. and abroad. ... (more)
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Team HBV National Conference: Day 2
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KGD Health Fair 2009
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Inaugural Conference @ Stanford University 11/13-15
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Team HBV Collegiate Conference Live-Stream Party at Minh-Vu's apart...
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Once upon a time, there was this large meeting of service groups in the ...
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Team HBV + Conference + Hotel = Awesome roomies
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Day 1
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Not an Asian Ghetto, Beyond Durant Food Court (2009) was a festival spon...
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LIVERight 2009 in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, CA
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Linked Projects

When: 11/10/2009 6:04 PM to 5/18/2010 7:04 PM
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Harvard College Team HBV will present to at-risk populations in the greater Boston area to encourage screenings and vaccinations at local clinics!

When: 9/2/2009 12:00 AM to 5/15/2010 11:59 PM
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The Harvard College Chapter of Team HBV strives to promote general awareness about hepatitis B and liver cancer. In tandem with regular health education workshops around the Greater Boston area, we conduct grassroots outreach at various cultural events, facilitate screenings/vaccinations, and act...

When: 10/22/2009 5:55 PM to 12/31/2009 6:55 PM
12 Supporters - led by Jennifer Yang - updated 4 year(s) ago
Team HBV is dedicated to raising awareness of the disproportionately high incidence of hepatitis B (HBV) and liver cancer among the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community as well as encouraging those who could be affected, to be tested.

When: 12/5/2009 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
8 Supporters - led by Jennifer Yang - updated 4 year(s) ago
Team HBV works to promote awareness of Hepatitis B and Liver Cancer. We're putting on a basketball tournament to spread awareness in a more creative way to groups we normally wouldn't target. If you are interested in playing in the basketball tournament, please contact a member of Team...

When: 11/13/2009 5:00 PM to 11/15/2009 2:00 PM
36 Supporters - led by Alena Groopman - updated 4 year(s) ago
The Inaugural Team HBV Collegiate Conference, organized by the ALC, brings together individuals representing Team HBV chapters worldwide, Jade Ribbon Campaign advocates, and hepatitis B and liver cancer experts. The conference provides a professional forum for Team HBV chapters to share insights...

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Location:

United States

News and Updates:

The 1st Annual Team HBV Conference 2009: Sharing strategies and best practices among college chapters focusing on hepatitis B and liver cancer awareness, community outreach and education as part of the Jade Ribbon Campaign will be held at Stanford University on November 13-15, 2009. Representatives of the China university chapters are invited to stay at Stanford for a few additional days from November 9-16, 2009.

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Contact Info:

Team HBV Collegiate Chapter Advisors:
Jian Zheng (jian@teamhbv.org) and Amanda Wong (amanda@teamhbv.org)

ALC Intern:
Ying Ying Guan (yyguan.alc@gmail.com)

ALC Advisor:
Alena Groopman, MHS, Global Health Coordinator (groopman@stanford.edu)

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Education and Academia

Primary Language:

English

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fundraising, public relations, public speaking, special events planning, web page design
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