Advanced Learning – Continuing Education
Online courses for Health and Wellness Professionals and Health-Motivated Individuals
Learn the evidence-based facts behind nutrition, exercise, stress, and sleep. These are the four pillars of health with the greatest impact on our health and wellness. While the four health pillars may seem obvious, only 3% of people are doing them correctly to benefit their health. Learn more…
Stanford Continuing Education Courses
Online courses for individuals seeking a deeper understanding of their health
Studies have demonstrated that the gut microbiota exerts a strong influence over our health. The course emphasis is on the role of diet in influencing the gut microbiota and our overall health. However, we will also explore other lifestyle factors such as exercise, sleep, and stress, and how they can modulate gut bacteria.
Inflammation is a double-edged sword. It is required to protect the body, but too much of it can create disease. In this online course, we will take a closer look at how our lifestyle choices affect our health through inflammation and investigate the cellular events orchestrating our healthy and unhealthy states.
In this course, you will be introduced to the basic biology of the immune system, the cornerstone to understanding your immune health. We will examine what current research tells us about improving our immune health through nutrition, exercise, meditation, and supplementation.
STANFORD CONTINUING STUDIES ONLINE COURSES ARE OFFERED ALTERNATING QUARTERS
Other Learning Opportunities
Webinars, lectures, and other opportunities to learn with Dr. Tobi Schmidt
WEBINAR – 5 Immune Health Myths Debunked
Join Dr. Schmidt as she debunks common immune health myths undermining your health. Hosted by the Stanford Continuing Studies Program, the webinar is free but registration is required.
LECTURE – Immune Health and Ageing
Join Dr. Schmidt for this in-person lecture on the effects of aging on immune health. Hosted by the San Carlos Adult Community Center, San Carlos, CA. The event is Free and open to the public.