NOTICE: A medical biochemical genetics fellowship position with a start date of 7/1/2017 is currently available. Please contact us to apply.
Fellows in the the Stanford Medical Biochemical Genetics Program benefit from a unique educational environment. Clinical training occurs primarily at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and Stanford Hospital and Clinics. Residents also train in the biochemical genetics lab at Stanford University Medical Center.
Our one year program is accredited by the ACGME Residency Review Committee in Medical Genetics and prepares our graduates to sit for the Medical Biochemical Genetics subspecialty Board Examination administered by the American Board of Medical Genetics (ABMG). We are able to accept one resident to this program per year.
The fellowship program seeks to attract physicans of diverse backgrounds and experience interested in pursuing careers in medical biochemical genetics. The fellowship is open to physicians who have completed a residency program in Clinical Medical Genetics. Residents must be eligible to work in the United States and obtain a California medical license prior to the commencement of training.
Fellows participate in the metabolic genetics clinic and neurogenetics clinic as well as the California Newborn Screening Program. Fellows also train in the clinical biochemical genetics lab at Stanford University Medical Center.
Fellows are expected to undertake a mentored research project during their training. Trainees at Stanford have co-authored numerous peer-reviewed publications and have regularly presented their work at regional and national meetings.
Competitively awarded fellowships administered by the Department of Pediatrics are available to support additional clinical, translational or basic science research training. Applicants may be interested in the School of Medicine faculty profiles site.
How to Apply
Potential applicants should contact the program coordinator for information on the current availability of training positions.
Materials required for application are:
- Three letters of reference
- A short essay (up to 1 page) describing motivation for training and career goals
Potential applicants are welcome to contact our program year round for information on our program or guidance in the application process.
Gregory M. Enns, MB, ChB
Chung Lee, MD
Tina Cowan, PhD
Associate Program Directors
Stanford Medical Biochemical Genetics Fellowship Program
300 Pasteur Dr., H-315
Stanford, CA 94305-5208
For information on benefits available to clinical fellows at the Stanford University Medical Center please see the Graduate Medical Education Website at benefits.
Stanford Area Housing
Information of housing near the medical center is available through the Stanford Community Housing Services site.