Medical Microbiology Pathology Fellowship
The Department of Pathology offers an ACGME-accredited fellowship in Medical Microbiology. The next available opening is for July 1, 2022.
The Medical Microbiology Fellowship training program is a one-year program designed for pathology residents and infectious diseases fellows from the U.S. or Canada. The objective of the fellowship is to prepare individuals for a career as a medical director of a clinical microbiology laboratory and leadership positions in industry.
After completion of Medical Microbiology Fellowship, the fellows have an opportunity to transition to a non-accredited research training in global health diagnostics. The objective of the research fellowship is to provide interested candidates with a practical opportunity to develop, field-test, and measure outcomes of diagnostic tests for infectious diseases of global health importance. For more information go here: Global Health Diagnostics Fellowship Program
Stanford establishes PGY levels for new fellows based on the successful completion of all prerequisite training required for entry into your fellowship program. Stanford does not recognize additional training beyond the prerequisite training requirements when establishing the PGY level for entry into the program.
Fellowship positions for 2021-2022 have been filled. The next available opening is for July 1, 2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
To apply, provide your CV, a personal statement describing your interests and your qualifications for the fellowship, and arrange to have three letters of reference sent.
Send the application (via email) to the following:
Niaz Banaei, MD
Director, Medical Microbiology Fellowship Program
Hannah Wang, MD
Medical School: Case Western Reserve University
Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine