Meet Stanford’s Newest Residents
With the tearing open of envelopes, thousands of medical students across the country learned where they will spend their next few years training as resident physicians. The event, known nationally as Match Day, is a momentous – and never wracking – occasion. After a year of interviews, applicants and residency programs are ‘matched’ by a computer algorithm developed by the non-profit National Resident Matching Program. 47 exceptional graduates ‘matched’ with Stanford, and will bring their unique interests, backgrounds, and experiences to campus this summer.
Stanford Shines at STFM Conference on Medical Student Education
Stanford faculty and residents recently attended STFM's annual conference on medical student education.
Residents and Faculty Well Represented at the SGIM in Los Angeles
Residents and faculty were well represented at the annual meeting of the Society of General Internal Medicine CA-Hi chapter – presenting posters and research, serving in leadership roles, and running workshops.
Awards and Honors: February 2017
Celebrating the accomplishments and achievements of Department of Medicine faculty and staff.
Google+ Hangout highlights Stanford’s Internal Medicine Residency Program
While interviewing season is an exciting time for prospective residents, it can also be a stressful one. You’re honing your interviewing skills while crisscrossing the country, trying to determine where you want to spend the next few years of your training.
Wendy Caceres’s Early Focus Is on Education and Service
Just a few years out of her own residency in internal medicine, clinical instructor of general medical disciplines Wendy Caceres, MD, is enjoying several roles as clinician, mentor to medical students and residents, and educator.
Aabed Meer is in his last year of training in internal medicine. Following college at Harvard and medical and business school at Stanford, he took time out to advise both groups that are creating innovative healthcare companies and healthcare systems wanting to invest in new healthcare ideas.
Residency at Stanford
Stanford provides its residents with unmatched clinical and research opportunities. But it’s what the residents themselves bring to Stanford – energy, curiosity, passion – that makes our program so vibrant.
As a Palo Alto native and Stanford undergraduate, Becca Tisdale was pretty sure that her next step should be abroad. In Paris and London she acquired a Master of Public Affairs degree, which she felt would be foundational given her interest in working at the cross-roads of health policy, medicine, and global public health.
It took a great deal of internal fortitude and some external guidance to help Josh Biddle as a troubled teenager find his way to becoming the second-year resident in Internal Medicine he is today.
Each month, the Department of Medicine honors a staff member who contributes to our mission through their exceptional dedication, initiative, motivation, positive attitude, customer service and passion about their work. Meet the recipients