Stanford CSI brings together curious learners from differing backgrounds to actively engage in the exploration of the art and science behind world-class medicine. Discover, contribute and make meaningful connections and friendships while working alongside dedicated and dynamic Stanford medical students, residents and faculty, who are all eager to share the joy they have found in medicine.

2024 Stanford Clinical Summer Internship

Session 1 (In person): July 8 - 19, 2024

Session 2 (Virtual): July 22 - Aug 2, 2024

Fall Intensive (Virtual): Sept 5 - Nov 7, 2024 

A transformative experience for rising high school juniors, seniors, and undergraduate pre-medical students

Simulations of real medical cases

Sessions with current medical students, residents, and medical school admissions officers

Visits to the emergency "Life Flight" station & Stanford clinics

Guided heart, brain and kidney dissections lead by Stanford faculty and doctors

CSI Keynotes

Dean Winslow, MD: Professor of Medicine (Hospital Medicine) and Senior Fellow, by courtesy, at the Freeman Spogli Institue for International Studies - CSI 2023 Graduation                                                                                                                                    

Tamara Dunn, MD: Associate Chair, Diversity & Inclusion (DoM), Program Director, Hematology Felowship, Co-Chair Diversity & Inclusion Council - CSI 2022 and 2021 Graduation                                                                                                                         

Abraham Verghese, MD: Lane Provostial Professor, and Vice Chair for the Theory and Practice of medicine at the School of Medicine at Stanford University and best-selling author - 2022 and 2019 CSI Graduation

Megan Mahoney, MD: Chief of Staff, Stanford Health Care - CSI 2020 Graduation                                                                                                                                                      

Neera Ahuja, MD: Division Chief, Hospital Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Medical Director, General Medicine Inpatient Wards, Stanford, Medical Director, Pharmacy, Stanford


"This is the best time to be in Medicine." 

Sang-ick Chang, MD: Division Chief, Primary Care and Population Health, Department of Medicine, Associate Dean for Primary Care & Population Health, Stanford School of Medicine

"Medicine continues to be the most rewarding profession anyone could choose. A balance of head and heart, and the ability to make a real difference, every day."