Fellowship Program

Class of 2021 & 2022 Fellows
From left to right: Neha Joshi, Julia Marlow,
Jessica Moriarty, and Emily Levoy

Class of 2022 & 2023 Fellows
From left to right: Emily Levoy, Neha Joshi,
Danni Liang, and Stephanie Squires

Mission Statement

To train innovative leaders in pediatric hospital medicine who will advance our field through excellence in scholarship, teaching, and high value, evidence-based clinical care within the hospital and across health systems to promote the health and equity of all children.

Program Aims

Stanford University offers a 2-year ACGME-accredited Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Program with the following aims:

  • To train academically productive pediatric hospitalists in a breadth of possible areas including clinical research, medical education, quality improvement, advocacy, clinical informatics, global health and health services research.
  • To provide outstanding clinical training focused on high-value and evidence-based care for patients with diverse needs across hospital systems and clinical settings.
  • To develop humanistic leaders prepared to work collaboratively in multi-disciplinary environments to lead healthcare systems changes.

Program Leadership

Nita Srinivas, MD

Program Director

Mary Riordan, MA

Program Coordinator

Marie Wang, MD, MPH

Associate Program Director