The Academic General Pediatrics Fellowship Training Program at Stanford University aims to prepare physician scholars for academic leadership careers that improve child health. The two-year curriculum provides an understanding of rigorous research methodology and builds leadership skills to become effective physicians, innovative researchers, and advocates for child well-being.
We seek applicants with interests in technology- and advocacy-oriented research that will improve child health through interventions at the level of the delivery system, the community, and/or the family unit.
Upon completion of the fellowship, fellows should expect their portfolio to be competitive for academic faculty positions in general pediatrics at major institutions. Graduating fellows will have the skills needed to perform as a generalist physician-scientist and to address challenges in medical research, advocacy, and/or population health.
- Personalized mentorship
- Collaboration with local and national organizations
- Diverse and underserved patient population
- Access to vast resources in Stanford and Silicon Valley
- Faculty includes nationally recognized child health advocates and leaders in medical education