Fellowship Recruitment & Application Process

We seek applicants with interests in technology- and solution-oriented research that will improve child health through interventions at the level of the delivery system, the community, and/or the family unit. The two-year fellowship provides structured training in research methodology which includes study design, epidemiology, biostatistics, programming, behavioral research, and solution-oriented design. The training is complemented by opportunities to build other skills necessary for academic success. New fellows will have an opportunity to pursue a Masters in Health Services Research or Epidemiology and Clinical Research.

Items Required

  • Completed Application
  • Three Letters of Recommendation, including one from your Residency Program Director
  • Curriculum Vitae 
  • Statement of professional plans, investigative interests, and goals for your training at Stanford (1-2 pages)
  • Eligible for a Physician’s and Surgeon’s California medical license

  • The deadline for applications is October 1, 2017.

    Please send this completed application form, CV, and personal statement as email attachments to Charlene Larson Rotandi or mail them to Academic General Pediatrics Fellowship, c/o Charlene Larson Rotandi, Division of General Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, 1265 Welch Road X240-MC:5459, Stanford, CA 94305. Original letters of reference with signatures are required, and must be received directly from the referee, not from the applicant.

For more information please contact Charlene Larson Rotandi, Senior Fellowship Coordinator.  

Master's Degree at Stanford

The Masters Degree in Health Services Research provides students with the skills to conduct and interpret research in health policy and clinical decision-making.

The MS program is typically completed in two years.  All candidates must satisfactorily complete 45 units of graduate course work with a 3.0 (B) or better, as well as a master’s thesis that represents original health services research. In addition to satisfying the core course requirements, students must take additional courses in one of three concentration areas.

Application deadline for Autumn 2018-19 is March 27, 2018.