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Training and Education

Traditional program: prepares trainees for an academic career in either basic science or clinical research

 

CE program: combines clinical and teaching experiences into an experience tailored towards a clinical career in an academic environment

 

ICHS program: offers specialized training in infectious diseases specific to patients with compromised immune systems

Recognition

The Jack Remington ID Fellows Award for Clinical Excellence

  • 2018-2019 Vivian Tien & Joelle Rosser
  • 2017-2018 Ashley Styczynski
  • 2016-2017 Jenny Aronson
  • 2015-2016 Ashrit Multani
  • 2014-2015 Elena Vendrame
  • 2013-2014 Joanna Nelson
  • 2012-2013 Paul "Ravi" Waldron
  • 2011-2012 Amanda Kamali
  • 2010-2011 Marisa Holubar, Jesse Waggoner

The Kenneth L. Vosti ID Teaching Award

  • 2018-2019 Dora Ho & Marisa Holubar
  • 2017-2018 Gina Suh
  • 2016-2017 Aarthi Chary
  • 2015-2016 Stan Deresinski
  • 2014-2015 Cybele Renault
  • 2014 Dora Ho
  • 2013 Brian Blackburn & Larry Mirels
  • 2012 Brian Blackburn
  • 2011 Dora Ho
  • 2010 Brian Blackburn & Cybele Renault

Training Grants/Awards

  • PGY 6
  • Ashley Styczynski – Clinical Epidemiology
  • Shama Cash-Goldwasser – Applied Genomics
  • Christiaan de Vries – Applied Genomics

Resources

Lane Library from the front entrance

Stanford SoM and other University Resources

  1. The Stanford Center for Clinical Informatics (SCCI) is one of three Strategic Centers created to help support the School of Medicine's strategic plan, "Translating Discoveries." SCCI's core mission is to foster the innovative use of Clinical Informatics supporting the School's clinical, research and educational missions.
  2. The Stanford Prevention Research Center is an interdisciplinary research program involving several departments in the School of Medicine. The mission of the Center is to improve individual and population health by developing and disseminating effective health promotion and chronic disease prevention and management strategies through interdisciplinary research, education, and community outreach.
  3. Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics is the academic home to scientists and trainees who develop and evaluate new methodologies for acquiring, representing, processing, and managing knowledge and data related to health, health care, and the biomedical sciences.
  4. The Center for Health Policy and the Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research are jointly administered centers at Stanford University that offer educational programs and conduct innovative, multidisciplinary research on critical issues of health policy and healthcare delivery.
  5. The School of Medicine (SoM) offers innumerable opportunities to participate in basic and translational research. In addition to the opportunities in the Division of Nephrology and Department of Medicine, the SoM houses more than 30 specialized research centers in which Gastroenterology ttrainees might participate.
  6. Lane Medical Library has 31 full-time staff of which 16 are librarians or technology professionals. Lane Medical Liaisons Program pairs departments, institutes, and student groups of Stanford University Medical Center with individual librarians who are familiar with the perspectives and knowledge of their assigned departments and specialties. The ID liaison is listed under the Contacts sidebar.
  7. The Stanford Center for Medical Education Research and Innovation (SCeMERI), under the leadership of Dr. Clarence Braddock (Professor of Medicine, Associate Dean of Undergraduate and Graduate Medical Education), was launched and fully staffed in fall 2012.  The establishment of the center is part of a broader medical education reform effort by the medical school, addressing concerns such as excessive amount of time to complete medical training and needed improvements in physicians’ bedside skills.  The center was designed to foster, support, and conduct innovations in scholarship and innovation in the field of medical education.
  8. Poster Printing Service at Lathrop

ACGME

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) is a private professional organization responsible for the accreditation of 8,887 residency education programs. Residency education is the period of clinical education in a medical specialty that follows graduation from medical school, and prepares physicians for the independent practice of medicine. The ACGME's volume of accredited programs makes it one of the largest private accrediting agencies in the country, if not the world.

GME

Stanford University Medical Center currently sponsors over 85 residency/fellowship programs approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education with over 1000 enrolled interns, residents, and fellows.

Report a Concern

You may use this form to anonymously report concerns specific to your residency training program (such as duty hour violations). To report concerns that relate to broader hospital compliance issues such as illegal actions, financial reporting, internal accounting controls, audit, fraud, waste, and abuse, please call the compliance hotline for SHC (anonymity maintained): 1-800-216-1784.

 

Contacts






Fast Stats

Data are for the U.S.
 
  • Number of new tuberculosis cases: 9,421 (2014)
  • Number of new salmonella cases: 51,455 (2014)
  • Number of new Lyme disease cases: 33,461 (2014)
  • Number of new meningococcal disease cases: 433 (2014)
  • Number of visits to physician offices for infectious and parasitic diseases: 16.8 million
  • Number of hospital outpatient department visits for infectious and parasitic diseases: 3.9 million

Source: CDC