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Fellowship Program Overview

The ID division cheer squad for the BugBowl champions at the IDSA Conference in 2018

 

    Our program offers fellowship training and many research opportunities to postdoctoral fellows who wish to specialize in Infectious Diseases.

 

    Our fellowships (aside from the one-year Transplantation ID fellowship) are an ACGME-accredited programs with an emphasis on clinical care and research.

Our Program's Aim

    Provide comprehensive clinical training to enable fellows to become outstanding clinicians, teachers, and researchers in a wide variety of disciplines related to infectious diseases.  

 

    Train thought leaders who will guide programs nationally and globally through the rapidly changing landscape of infectious diseases clinical care, training, and research.

 

Global Health Clinical Opportunities

Clinical rotations overseas can be done through the Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholars Program, which involves 4-6 week-long rotations at one of several sites available through this program, or at one of the separate Stanford-specific sites which involve different funding source but the same application process:
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J&J sites include:

  • Colombia (Cali)
  • South Africa (Tugela Ferry)
  • Rwanda (Kigali and Butare)
  • Uganda (Kampala)
  • Indian Health Service Sites serving Navajo Nation (Chinle, AZ and Shiprock, NM)

Additional Sites
(Stanford only):

Different funding source but same application process

  • Ecuador  (Quito and Galapagos)
  • Ethiopia (Negele Arsi)
  • Zimbabwe (Harare)

Find out more at Yale/Stanford Johnson and Johnson Global Health Scholars Program

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Training Sites

Stanford Health Care

Palo Alto VA

SCVMC ("Valley")


Program Highlights

IDSA BugBowl Champs!

The Stanford ID team won the BugBowl trivia game during the IDSA's IDWeek conference in San Francisco in October 2018.

The contestants were:
  • Matt Hitchock - former Traditional (Research) fellow
  • Chitra Punjabi - former CE track fellow
  • Nathan Lo - former student under Dr. Jason Andrews' mentorship
  • Coralee Del Valle Mojica - former Peds ID fellow

Read where our fellowship alums are HERE.

Annual Wellness Retreat

Every February, the ID Chief Fellows coordinate a retreat that addresses physician burnout/wellness and career planning/guidance with Q/As from both a research and clinician faculty. Attendance is highly encouraged as it provides a meaningful connection with peers that is not always present during rotations in the academic year.

The retreat is across a weekend with overnight stay at a voted-on location (previous locations were Landmark Vineyards near Sonoma, CA and a retreat house in the Santa Cruz mountains). 

 

Educational Fund

The Division of Infectious Diseases & Geographic Medicine is committed to the education and success of its trainees. It provides all ID fellows with an educational fund of $1k for the duration of their fellowship. Fellows have used this for board exam fees, board prep materials, license renewals if no longer under GME (research track fellows in their 2nd year onward), etc. 


Additionally, if a fellow wishes to present a poster, oral presentation, or are involved in other active participation (e.g. panel discussant), at an ID-focused conference, there is another $1k fund to help cover travel/conference fees.


Perks & Activities

Stipends & Bonuses

2019-2020

Last Updated: 9/3/2019
Effective: 8/25/2019

Year

Annual

Per Month

I

$68,385.41

$5,698.67

II

$71,856.10

$5,987.89

III

$77, 319.22

$6,443.14

IV

$81,689.71

$6,807.35

V

$86,810.05

$7,234.03

VI

$90,666.37

$7,555.39

VII

$95,743.86

$7,978.50

VIII

$100,114.35

$8,342.70

 

Bonuses and details HERE.

Physician Wellness

The HealthySteps to Wellness Program gives you the freedom to design your own path to a healthier lifestyle. In addition to free and discounted Wellness Tools, you also have the ability to earn a wellness incentive of $100 to $1,000! Learn more HERE.

In addition, the Department of Graduate Medical Education (GME) is committed to ensuring that fellows remain physically and mentally healthy while completing their training programs. Fellowships can be an inherently stressful time, and it is important to take care of yourself so that you can get the most out of your educational experience. The following resources are available to help you through particularly stressful or otherwise difficult situations:

  • WELL-CONNECT
  • WELL-BEING PANEL
  • The Stanford Faculty and Staff Help Center
  • Office of the Ombudsperson
  • Ann Dohn, Director of GME, and the Designated Institutional Official (DIO)

Click HERE for GME's Persk on the Job flyer

Diversity & Inclusion

The Department of Medicine's mission for Diversity & Inclusion is:

To create the kind of community that helps us all thrive and prosper, we must create processes that advance equity and inclusion for every aspect of human differences, including but not limited to socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, language, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, geography, disability and age. We are committed to reflecting, celebrating and nurturing this diversity. Our goal is to educate ourselves and pursue meaningful practices that support diversity, equity and inclusion in recruitment, mentorship and work environment. When we do so, we improve our collective potential to achieve in ways that benefit members of our Department, the entire Stanford community and everyone we serve.

The DoM hosted its first ever Diversity & Inclusion Week in January 2020.

Click HERE to learn more and see upcoming events.

 

 

Discounted Game Tickets

Stanford Athletics - Faculty/Staff Ticket Discounts

  • To purchase discounted seasoned tickets, please call the Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800-STANFORD. Please have your employee ID ready to receive the discount.
  • To purchase discounted tickets for a single game, please go to the respective stadium box office on the day of the event. Please have your employee ID ready to receive the discount.

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Stanford Shopping Center

Stanford Shopping Center is a premier open-air shopping and dining destination with Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Jeffrey, Neiman Marcus, Wilkes Bashford and more than 140 world-class specialty stores, ranging from luxury brands to local favorites. 

Enjoy an extraordinary mix of restaurants and cafes from Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, True Foods Kitchen and The Melt, to Yucca de Lac and so many more. Shop at Sigona's Farmers Market for the freshest California produce and gourmet specialty foods.

Breathtaking gardens, sculptures and fountains accent the garden environment that people come from all over the world to see.

Address:
660 Stanford Shopping Center
Palo Alto, CA 94304

Athletic Training Facilities

Stanford Athletic Courtesy/ID Card Athletic Access Pass Cards are FREE for House Staff.
The pass will be given at your GME Orientation. Your house staff badge/photo ID is required. Spouses and domestic partners of House Staff are NOT eligible for a courtesy card. The cost is $10 for any guest pass for the entire day which may be used at both gyms & the aquatic center. Children are also $10 for a day pass but may have less access than adults (certain hours only).There is also a resident/fellow (only) gym located in the GME 4th floor Call Quarters.

Golf Course Privileges House staff may sign up to be on the GME golf list and play at a reduced rate of $25.
Sign-ups must be in person at the GME Office, room HC435. House staff are given up to two (2) months on a first come, first serve basis. House staff may sign up for additional months in the low-demand months. View fees HERE. For additional rules, golf course hours and general information, call: (650) 724-0944 or click HERE

Beaches & Wineries

The Top 5 Beaches near Stanford (The Stanford Daily)

Wineries: There are many California wineries based in Santa Cruz Mountains, that expands upward to Napa and Sonoma counties. 

 

 

 

 

Tour San Francisco

San Francisco is about a 40 minute drive north. I-280 is the most scenic route compared to Highway 101.

Try the famous sourdough bread, visit a fortune cookie factory, and stop by Ghiradelli Square for a mini history lesson and sundae treat.

Click link HERE for more things to do in SF.

 

 

 

Nearby Hiking Trails

The Dish is a popular hiking spot.

https://www.alltrails.com/us/california/stanford