Dear Residency Candidate,
You are now preparing to enter an important time in your professional training – when you will expand your clinical skills and develop plans for your future career. The Stanford Department of Medicine's residency training program is designed to address those goals by ensuring your mastery of clinical medicine and guiding you toward a rewarding academic professional life. We hope you take a few minutes to explore the website.
The dedication of the Department to excellence in teaching and patient care, a wide breadth of clinical experience, high quality fellowship and research programs, and an outstanding faculty combine to make this a superb environment for training housestaff for future academic leadership careers.
One of the most important aspects of the Stanford program is its educational philosophy - to deliver high quality broad-based education in an academic and collegial environment. Broad clinical training is accomplished through rotations at three primary hospitals and multiple outpatient clinics. The training program embodies a commitment to patient care and education, an atmosphere of scientific inquiry, and high professional standards, all accomplished within an open atmosphere between housestaff and faculty.
Our intent is to make the ongoing study of medicine exciting, challenging, and enjoyable, while teaching the skillful and compassionate care of patients.
Set on the beautiful Stanford Campus, Stanford University Hospital’s proximity to world-class research facilities and faculty mentors is a boon for housestaff interested in an academic career. The on-campus location facilitates collaborative projects between the Department of Medicine and Departments/Schools throughout the rest of the University, making Stanford Medicine an ideal location for both the practice of academic medicine and for the development of new relationships and collaborations.
Within the hospital and clinics, clinical excellence is paramount, with an emphasis on direct patient care. We emphasize bedside skills and clinical decision making, along with a thoughtful, compassionate approach to patient care. Stanford is a medical institution in which housestaff are viewed not just as trainees, but as colleagues.
Sincere thanks from the Program Directors and Chair for your interest in Stanford Medicine.
Moises Arriaga, MD, Wash U-St. Louis
Ali Assi, MD, U Michigan
Sumeet Brar, MD, Case Western
Jeffrey Bunker, MD, PhD, U Chicago
Ashima Chadha, MD, Wash U St. Louis
Kenneth Chen, MD, U Washington
Stav Cullum, MD, Texas A&M
Beza Dagne, MD, UCSF
Brandon DaSilva, MD, SUNY-Downstate
Benson Deverett, MD, PhD, Rutgers RWJ
Danika Dorelien, MD, NY Med
Jose Eduardo Espindola Lima, MD, U São Paulo
Miguel Franquiz, MD, Baylor
Hayley Galitzer, MD, NYU
Robert Gonzalez, MD, U Oklahoma
Jonathan Hanisch, MD, U Washington
Alec Hasty, MD, UT Medical Branch
Kelly Hu, MD, NYU
Daryl (Nicki) Jordan, MD, U Washington
Alanna Kaplan, MD, Yale
Elisa Karhu, MD, U Miami
Katherine Kent, MD, U Washington
Maria Khlebnikova, MD, Indiana U
Daniel Kim, MD, Stanford
John LeClair, MD, Wash U-St. Louis
Michael Liu, MD, UCLA
Martavius Lovall, MD, Baylor
Kimberly Lu, MD, Penn State
Qian Ma, MD, PhD, Columbia
Renee McIntyre, MD, Northwestern
Natasha Mehta, MD, U Illinois Chicago
Vishnu Nair, MD, UCLA
Karen Anne O'Laco, MD, UCLA
Michelle Parks, MD, U Washington
Matthew Pascucci, MD, U Puerto Rico
Rishita Patlolla, MD, Rutgers NJMS
Allison Peng, MD, Johns Hopkins
Richard Perez, MD, UCSF
Maya Ramachandran, MD, Stanford
Shirin Sadri, MD, Columbia
Keith Sakata, MD, UCSF
Jacob Schrum, MD, PhD, U Massachusetts
Sulaiman Somani, MD, Mount Sinai
Emma St. Martin, MD, Mayo Clinic
Nicole Thomason, MD, UT Houston
Stefan Torelli, MD, Georgetown
Benjamin Turturice, MD, PhD, U Illinois Chicago
Kara Wages, MD, U Washington
Chen Wei, MD, MBA, Harvard
Kalin Wilson, MD, Vanderbilt
Celeste Witting, MD, Northwestern
Alexander Wright, MD, UT Austin
How to Apply
Stanford participates in the National Residency Matching Program. Applications are only accepted and reviewed through ERAS. ERAS allows a maximum of four (4) LoRs to be assigned to a program.
For the 2021-2022 Application cycle, applications will be reviewed on September 29, 2021. For the 2022 ERAS® cycle, our program will be participating in the supplemental ERAS application offered through the AAMC’s ERAS program. Applicants will be required to complete the MyERAS application, and participation in the supplemental ERAS application is optional. We strongly encourage completion of both application parts no later than September 18, 2021, so that they are available for our original application review.
Interview days are held on Tuesdays and Fridays from the beginning of November through mid-January.
All intern appointments are made in accordance with the rules of the NRMP. For further instruction, please review the MyERAS Documents page in the ERAS FAQ section.
In accordance with its mission, Stanford University Medical Center is dedicated to pursuing the highest quality of patient care and graduate medical education. Stanford University Medical Center recognizes as one of its major responsibilities the provision of organized educational programs. This responsibility includes guidance and supervision of the resident while facilitating the resident's professional and personal development and ensuring safe and appropriate care for patients.
In fulfilling these responsibilities, the administrations, Hospital Boards, and faculty of Stanford University School of Medicine are committed to supporting quality graduate medical education programs and excellence in residency training and research. Furthermore, Stanford University Medical Center commits itself to providing adequate funding of graduate medical education to ensure support of its faculty, residents, ancillary staff, facilities, and educational resources to achieve this important mission.
Finally, Stanford University Medical Center will ensure that all of its graduate medical education programs meet or exceed the Institutional and Program Requirements promulgated by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
Stanford University Medical Center currently sponsors over 85 residency/fellowship programs approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education with over 1000 enrolled interns, residents, and fellows.
For more information, please visit the Graduate Medical Education website.
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