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Dr. Nabipour earned her medical degree and completed anesthesiology residency at USC Keck School of Medicine and served as a Chief Resident and was selected as the Resident of the Year. Upon completing residency, she practiced for ten years as a partner in a private anesthesia group in Santa Cruz, California. During this time, she served as a member of the Credentials Committee and Medical Executive Committee. She also held multiple leadership positions including Chair of the Department of Surgery, as well as the Medical Director of Anesthesia Services, working closely with her surgical colleagues to improve efficiency and patient experience in the operating room. Dr. Nabipour joined the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine as a Clinical Assistant Professor in 2018 and is the Anesthesiology Medical Director at the Stanford Cancer Center South Bay. She is the co-founder and co-director of the Stanford Anesthesiology Mentorship Program and Anesthesiology Scholars Program Inter-Exchange (ASPIRE) and is an advocate for faculty development and diversity, equity and inclusion both locally and nationally while also currently enrolled in law school at Santa Clara University.
The Stanford AMP program is a structured mentorship program designed to support early career faculty. We aspire to equip our mentees with the skills and community support needed to achieve their career goals. We harness the power of mentors, networks, information and conversation to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
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Anesthesiology Scholars Program Inter-Exchange is a multi-institution collaboration designed to provide early career faculty in Anesthesiology invited speakerships at one of our many participating institutions. By offering a national platform for knowledge exchange, we support community building within the profession.