Obstetrics Anesthesiology Fellowship

Advocating for and training tomorrow's leaders in Obstetric Anesthesiology


The Stanford Medicine Department of Anesthesiology offers 4, one-year, ACGME-accredited fellowships in Obstetric Anesthesiology. The fellowship combines advanced clinical training with a vast offering of research and education focused scholarly activities. Graduates are well equipped to enter careers in both academic and private practice, as highly sought after consultants in obstetric anesthesiology.

About our Fellowship

Thank you for visiting the Apply section. The OB Anesthesiology Fellowship participates in the SF Match including the application process administered through the SF Match Central Application System.

Applicant Registration opens Monday, January 8, 2024. If you are interested in applying during the 2024 academic year (2025 start), all OB Anesthesiology fellowships in the US require applicants to register through the SF Match system. Selected candidates will be invited to interview.

Please note:

  • SF Match does not ask applicants to upload their Curriculum Vitae, please email directly to Ymna Negm (Ymna@stanford.edu)
  • Start dates include July 1, August 1, and January 1 each year
  • We are only able to accept applications from candidates who have or will complete an ACGME or ACGME-I accredited residency program

If you require additional guidance or information throughout the process, you can contact: Fellowship Coordinator, Ymna Negm, and the Fellowship Program Director, Steven Lipman or the Director of Obstetric Anesthesia, Brendan Carvalho.

It's deeply gratifying to be part of the team helping our fellows reach their full potential as obstetric anesthesiologists - I believe this is the best job in the world!.

Steven Lipman, MD 
Fellowship Director

I absolutely love supporting our fellows as they achieve excellence and empowering them to reach new heights.

Dominique Arce, MD, MPH
Associate Fellowship Director

Ymna Ngem
Fellowship Program Coordinator
C: 650-725-9669
Email: ymna@stanford.edu

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