The Department of Medicine has over 626 faculty members located throughout our Palo Alto and Redwood City campuses.
Our faculty are consistently recognized for their impact. They are recipients of NIH Innovator awards, members of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Medicine, and the Institute of Medicine. They lead national and international groups like the American Heart Association and Endocrine Society Leadership, and contribute to countless publications and journals. They are researchers, clinicians, mentors, and educators.
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Our faculty share what it's like to research, practice, mentor, and teach at Stanford
“We’re learning about fundamental immunologic mechanisms that will help in the future as we think about therapeutics and vaccines."
- Catherine Blish, associate professor of infectious diseases
We’re committed to setting the highest standards for patient care, ground-breaking biomedical research, professional education, teaching, and training, and we're looking for talented individuals who want to make an impact.
Primary Care (IM or FM) Medical Director Opening
Stanford Employer Based Primary Care is recruiting a full-time Medical Director. The candidate will work closely with the Health Center Manager to co-lead a high performing team in the innovative care of a local technology company.
Faculty Development and Training
We offer a variety of training and development opportunities for our faculty.
Diversity and Inclusion
We're building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment, where everyone can be themselves and know their voices will be heard.
Awards and Honors
Our faculty frequently receive recognition for their contribution. View a list of recent awards and distinctions.
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Faculty News and Publications
A Helping Hand
New initiatives are supporting vulnerable populations in nearby communities.
A Patient’s Last Wish
Doctors and staff from the Wish Project are granting wishes to bring comfort to the dying.
All in a Night’s Work
When doctors leave the hospital for the day, another dedicated, experienced team of doctors—nocturnists—step in to take their turn.
CREDENCE Brings Together Multiple Groups in Successful Trial
The successful CREDENCE trial focused on people with advanced kidney disease.