Biodesign Faculty Fellows
As of Fiscal Year 2018, Child Health Research Institute (CHRI) will fund 50% for maternal child health Biodesign Faculty Fellowships. The fellowship provides motivated Stanford faculty members from the schools of Medicine and Engineering with advanced training and mentoring in health technology innovation.
Over approximately 6 months, the program leads participants through a rigorous approach for identifying important innovation opportunities within or outside their departments, inventing cost-effective solutions, and—importantly—preparing to implement those inventions to improve patient care.
Through the experience, faculty members gain an understanding of technology translation challenges and opportunities, and also develop a robust network of health technology contacts within and outside the university.
Upon completion of the program, the fellows will announce the results and outcomes of their work to the external community
Priya Prahalad, MD, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes
Thomas Robinson, MPH, MD
Irving Schulman Endowed Professor in Child Health; Department of Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatrics; Stanford Prevention Research Center; (By courtesy) Department of Health and Research Policy Health, Division of Epidemiology