Prog Fellowship Position
Stanford University /Stanford Health Care
Length of Fellowship:
2 years. The traditional 1-year of ultrasound training is augmented with an additional year of specialized training to develop future academic leaders. This additional training is tailored to the fellows' academic interests. Most fellows will complete an advanced degree program (MS, MPH, etc...); others may elect to complete other specialized training (e.g. biodesign and innovation) during their fellowship.
The Fellowship position has the salary of a half-time Stanford attending faculty (currently $95,000) and the benefits (which are one of the best in the country at full-time FTE).
Applicants that are enrolled in an advanced degree program will receive up to $25,000/year for tuition.
A fellow educational stipend is available as well as potential for extra income from moonlighting and through our various CME and CE US workshops we do throughout the year.
Extra shifts, if available, will be paid at $1500/shift.
Regular full-time CE faculty benefits: health insurance, etc.
Stanford professional liability (malpractice) coverage.
- Licensure costs (pre-tax), California license only
- ABEM registration costs (pre-tax), for qualifying (written) and oral examinations, if taken during the fellowship year
- travel expenses (reimbursed, pre-tax) to ABEM testing, if needed, and if taken during fellowship year
- $3000 faculty development fund (pre-tax)
Number of Clinical Hours:
8 shifts per month (8 hour shifts)
Teaching will be a fundamental part of the Fellowship. Regular workshops are carried out to train faculty, residents and medical students in ultrasound, as well as workshops for EM residents and faculty in our Core Curriculum.
Research - required to be involved in 1 original project
Administrative - required to be involved in 1 original project
US scanning shifts (Adult and Pediatric ED)
International US Education
Coordinate monthly US Journal club
Coordinate weekly US Quality Assurance meetings
Number of Sites
Stanford University - Stanford HealthCare
Number of Positions per year:
Stanford CME workshop 2/year
Quarterly ACEP US Newsletter publications
We enjoy an exceptional relationship with our Trauma Surgery service, which uses ultrasound routinely, and our Radiology Department has been exceptionally supportive of our ultrasound program. They also have phenomenal high-end didactic education. Our Cardiology Echo Lab has also been highly supportive of our Fellowships and ultrasound research. We will be using these and other resources in our Fellowship.
Deadline for fellowship application:
Mid November - "US Match Day"