Stanford Pediatric Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs in Stanford Children's Health are designed to provide outstanding training to prepare our fellows to excel as sub-specialty clinicians, researchers, teachers, and become leaders within the field of pediatrics. The Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine currently trains 105 fellows in 20 different sub-specialty programs. 


New Fellows Orientation

The Office of Pediatric Education will be hosting the New Pediatric Fellows Orientation on July 5-6, 2018 at Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge. We are excited to welcome our new fellows to the Department of Pediatrics and Stanford Community.

Congratulations to all of our graduating fellows!

June marks the end of fellowship for our senior fellows. On Thursday, June 7 at the Allied Arts Guild we honored 40 graduating fellows at the 2018 Pediatric Fellows Graduation. Learn more about our fellow's next steps. 

Fellowships Town Hall

Please join us on Thursday, May 10, 2018 for an interactive review of the fellowship programs. We plan to present data including funds flow, summary of annual program leadership and fellow meetings, Department GME report card, Post-recruitment survey summary, and more. Please come with your questions and ideas to share and let us know if there is any specific topics you would like discussed.We have extended the length of the meeting so that we can have time for any in-depth conversations the group desires.

Congratulations to our Stanford Presenters at the Spring APPD Conference 2018!

We are excited to share the Stanford presenters at the Spring APPD Conference 2018 and Stanford educators who are part of the APPD Leadership. 

Fellowship Curriculum & Events

View calendar for upcoming Fellowship Curriculum, Activities, Conferences, and Events:


  • Fellows College
  • Fellows Research Club
  • Grant Writing Club
  • Fellows Well-Being Program
  • Fellowship Graduation
  • New Fellows Orientation 
  • National Conferences and more!

Fostering a Healthy Learning Climate

To start off 2018, we would like to reflect on the importance of a healthy learning climate. While we work at a phenomenal institution, full of innovation and compassion, surveys highlight important areas for improvement that are critical to address to support trainee excellence and wellness. The learning climate is a complex system with multiple micro-environments and varied participants. Yet, there are actions that all participants can take that will ensure that we work and learn in an environment that is universally respectful and fosters excellence. Read more to learn some of the ways you can support all learners at Stanford.

The Department of Pediatrics at Stanford School of Medicine promotes excellence in academic subspecialty training with an emphasis on producing academic leaders who generate the new knowledge required to provide the best care for infants, children, and adolescents. 

We provide exceptional training and mentorship in basic, translational, clinical, and epidemiologic research, medical education, academic leadership, and advocacy for pediatric health. Ensuring a scholarly work product during fellowship which serves to facilitate fellows' professional transition into academic faculty positions.

At Stanford Pediatrics we are proud to offer fellowship training programs in 20 subspecialties.  Learn more about each of our programs.