Program Leadership

Nita Srinivas, MD

FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM DIRECTOR

 

Nita Srinivas, MD, is a Clinical Associate Professor in Pediatric Hospital Medicine and Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford. Her current scholarship focuses on improving communication during critical transitions of care such as the admission and inter-facility transfer processes as well as during sub-specialty consultations. She enjoys mentoring residents and fellows in Quality Improvement and co-directs an Advanced Quality and Process Improvement Course each year. Nita currently serves as Vice Chair of Assessment for the National Council of PHM Fellowship Directors and in this role seeks to develop standardized and novel assessment and feedback tools for fellowship programs and trainees across the country. She has been recognized by the Stanford Pediatric Residency Program for her teaching and mentorship with the Golden Apple Teaching Award in 2016 and the Feedback Award in 2018. As PHM Fellowship Director at Stanford, she is committed to fostering the professional and scholarship goals of each fellow and to training future leaders in the field of PHM.

Marie Wang, MD, MPH

ASSOCIATE PROGRAM DIRECTOR

 

Marie Wang, MD, MPH, is a Clinical Associate Professor in Pediatrics at Stanford School of Medicine and Associate Program Director for the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Program. She completed medical school and pediatrics residency training at Stanford, pediatric infectious diseases fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital, and a Master of Public Health in Clinical Effectiveness at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her scholarly interests include the evaluation and management of the febrile young infant and common infections in hospitalized children, implementation of clinical pathways, and promotion of appropriate antibiotic use. She has led and worked with national collaboratives to study resistant urinary tract infections in children and invasive bacterial infections in febrile young infants. She has also led and participated in many local quality improvement efforts regarding standardizing management of common conditions in hospitalized children and improving patient care workflow. She is dedicated to working with fellows to develop individualized scholarship and career development plans to further their goals in PHM.