The aim of the PCCM Fellowship program is to develop the next generation of academic leaders in the field of pediatric critical care medicine by training fellows to provide excellent care of critically ill pediatric patients, create new knowledge that can inform future practice, be effective and enthusiastic teachers, and serve as consultants to physicians in the community.
The PCCM fellowship is an accredited 3-year training program that has grown from 3 to 4 fellows per year, for a total of 12 fellows in 2018. The fellowship is overseen by the Program Director, Felice Su, MD; Associate Director, Courtenay Barlow, MD; and Associate Director of Research, Cristina Alvira, MD. Clinical training is performed within the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, which averages over 1,500 medical and surgical admissions annually.
Residents rotate through the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and are encouraged to attend twice weekly talks that comprise the Resident Lecture Series. Learn more about pediatric residency.
Visiting Observership and Visiting Residency
There are opportunities for visiting observerships and visiting residencies within the division of pediatric critical care medicine.
Fellowship Program Director
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Felice Su, MD
Fellowship Program Associate Director
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Courtenay Barlow, MD
Fellowship Program Associate Director for Research
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Critical Care
Cristina Alvira, MD
Fellowship Program Coordinator
Sara L. Salem, EdM