Providing our Stanford Pediatrics Community with the tools and resources needed for research, academic career and clinical training.
The Fellowship Leadership Team within the Department of Pediatrics offers a range of curricula, activities, and resources to support fellows during their training.
All fellows are welcome and encouraged to attend these ongoing curriculum sessions, participate in social and wellness activities, and to spend time getting to know your classmates!
An elected group of fellow representatives from each program, the Fellows' Council is fellow-led and focuses on creating a community, organizing social events and support systems, identifying and promoting QI projects, and promoting wellbeing.
All incoming fellows participate in a big/little sibling program where they are paired with a current fellow to receive support and mentoring in the transition from residency to fellowship.
Our fellowship programs are committed to informing, recruiting, and supporting prospective candidates who identify as underrepresented minorities based on factors such as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
As members of communities traditionally underrepresented in medicine, our goal is to recruit and train a diverse group of innovative leaders committed to and passionate about decreasing health disparities among children. As clinicians, researchers, advocates, and teachers, we hope to diversify the face of pediatrics.