Stanford Clinical Informatics Fellowship

Training the next generation of healthcare leaders

In September of 2011, the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) approved Clinical Informatics (CI) as a board-eligible subspecialty through sponsorship by the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM). In 2014, Stanford became the nation's first ACGME accreditated clinical informatics fellowship program, and was granted "continued accreditation" status following a successful ACGME site visit in 2016.

The CI Fellowship program is excited to contribute to Stanford's long tradition of leadership in clinical informatics, which dates to the founding of the biomedical informatics graduate training program in 1982. Training in CI at Stanford affords fellows diverse applied clinical informatics experiences across Stanford Medicine, in various local health systems, and in industry.

More information about the origin of clinical informatics as a subspecialty and a list of ACGME accredited programs is available on the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) website.

The recruitment cycle for the July 2021 class is now closed. Applications for the July 2022 class will be accepted through ERAS from July 1 through Sept 18, 2021.

Resources

Check out the great work that our fellows are doing in this AMIA Clinical Informatics Fellow Virtual Conference!

Program Leadership

Program Director

Clinical Professor, Pediatrics - Critical Care Clinical Professor, Medicine - Biomedical Informatics Research

Associate Program Director

Clinical Assistant Professor (Affiliated) [Shc], Med/BMIR Staff, Med/BMIR - Division Chief

Fellowship Coordinator

Mary Riordan
Fellowship Coordinator - Clinical Informatics and Pediatric Hospital Medicine

Chief Technology Officer, Technology & Digital Solutions
Clinical Professor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health