I am thrilled to be returning to Stanford as a resident physician and chose the program because of its unparalleled clinical training, cutting-edge research, incredibly supportive community, and commitment to the principles of social and reproductive justice. I completed my medical school in Chicago, where I started Rush’s chapters of both Medical Students for Choice and White Coats for Black Lives, and quickly learned how to adapt to a Midwest winter. In college I discovered my love of physical chemistry and ultimate frisbee, but neither of those career paths panned out. Note: Visiting students must obtain approval through Gloria King, Residency Program Manager, prior to applying for this clerkship. Residents can apply for grant support for global experiences on their elective rotation. I am fluent in Spanish and enjoy bachata and salsa dancing, soccer, hiking, playing the violin and reading ethnographies and poetry. I feel extremely fortunate to have matched at Stanford and to be able to move back home closer to my twin sister, parents, and friends! Stanford’s Ob/Gyn program is a small and close-knit group of residents. The Global Outreach for Faculty and Residents (GoFar) Stanford is a departmental program that helps support residents, fellows and faculty in global outreach in the field of Ob/Gyn in education and service delivery. All trainees in residency and clinical fellowship programs will be placed on ECFMG sponsored J-1 visas. I studied in Bolivia during college and completed a field study there where I studied the effect of maternal migration on the children left behind. I chose Stanford for residency because of the commitment to family planning and all of the incredible co-residents and teaching faculty. If you a non-Chief Resident, you are still welcome to participate in the Chief Residents projects. I was born in Denver, CO and made my way to Minnesota to study Anthropology at Macalester College while playing varsity soccer. In medical school my interests centered around prenatal care for students within their high schools, advocating for access within the LGTBQ+ community, and working with cage-side physicians at MMA events in the greater Kansas City metro. University of Michigan Hospitals, Ann Arbor, MI, 06/22/2014. During medical school, also at B.U., I moved away from studying neuroscience and discovered my passion for LGBTQ+ healthcare. While there, I helped start a Health Equity Scholars program focusing on the intersection of global health work and local community involvement. Stanford Obstetrics and Gynecology. Hi everyone and welcome to Stanford! Also, I will always accept a hug. I went to the Medical College of Georgia where I had the opportunity to work in a couple different gender health clinics and discovered how meaningful it felt to be able to be a trans provider to trans patients. Our clinical program, located in the Stanford Women's Cancer Center, offers state of the art treatment modalities in a caring, personalized environment. Board Certifications. I have worked since age 13 in more than a dozen different types of jobs. She is the Co-Director of the Medical Students Reproductive Health Block, the Assistant Fellowship Director for the Fellowship in Complex Family Planning and course director of the residency Benign Gynecology rotation. Separate preoperative teaching conferences for: Gynecology, Urogynecology and Gyn-Oncology. I was thrilled to return to Stanford for medical school where I quickly became interested in surgical education and intraoperative surgical imaging, developing preclinical surgical curricula and studying fluorescence imaging in both open and minimally invasive oncologic surgery. I volunteered at the Rape Recovery Center and Planned Parenthood both of which led me to medical school again at the University of Utah. Hello! I was thrilled when I matched at Stanford, being back home has been a dream come true. Cuba, Greece, and Colombia are my favorite destinations. My work in sexual health ultimately introduced me to the incredible world of Ob/Gyn and the rest is history! The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology provides a rigorous educational program for residents, students, and faculty. I speak Spanish and for fun I enjoy cooking, particularly plant-based cooking and I am training for a half marathon. I also lived in Honduras for a year on a Fulbright scholarship studying women's health services. Residents can apply for grant support for global experiences on their elective rotation. I can hardly contain my excitement to be sticking around Stanford for another four years for residency with an exceptionally supportive, hilarious, fun and accomplished group of co-residents. My academic endeavors focused on educational design, care of the underserved, and a local crusade against racial disparities in infant mortality. I enjoy Pilates, the beach, cooking, skiing, hosting wine and game nights, visiting or FaceTiming with my nephew in Alabama, traveling and spending time with my rescue dog. Back in D.C. I grew up in the San Joaquin Valley as a daughter to Mexican farm workers, was a first-generation college student, and is the first to pursue a postgraduate degree. Residency. Stanford Health Care is unable to obtain a J-1 visa without the consent of the Canadian government. When I am not at the hospital I enjoy practicing yoga, gardening, reading poetry, and planning my next travel adventure. I was so thrilled to have matched at Stanford for Ob/Gyn residency and feel so blessed to be surrounded by such a kind, inspiring, and committed group of co-residents, faculty, and administrators. During residency, I work to integrate advocacy and social justice in the medical arena to improve health outcomes for the people we care for. Phone: (650) 725-5986 Fax: (650 ... & Gynecology. The site facilitates research and collaboration in academic endeavors. Residents can apply for grant support for global experiences on their elective rotation. Jade Shorter, MD, MSHP is part of Stanford Profiles, official site for faculty, postdocs, students and staff information (Expertise, Bio, Research, Publications, and more). I ended up at University of Kentucky for medical school. After college I worked three concurrent jobs as a nanny, a medical scribe and as a Congenital Heart Disease Clinical Research Coordinator including 3-D printing. I participated in two global health projects in Ghana in undergrad, mobile homeless clinics in LA, free clinics in LA though a Kaiser Community Medicine elective, and most recently CFHI's Maternal Child Health and HIV/AIDS program in Uganda. Some residents choose to participate in and complete multiple research projects. Family Planning monthly journal clubs and uses the Ryan Program Curriculum, Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery Training" with testing for FLS certification. 300 Pasteur Dr Rm H335 3rd Fl Stanford, CA ... University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO, 05/22/2009. During medical school, I remained active in the pool by playing on the Club Water Polo Team as a sprinter. After finishing college, I completed a 2-year fellowship at the CDC as a Public Health Associate where I worked on immunization programs in underserved areas in Chicago. After college, I worked in management consulting for Leerink Partners advising small and large cap pharmaceutical and biotech companies on matters ranging from clinical trial design, therapeutic area opportunity assessment and portfolio strategy due diligence and valuation, and pricing and market access. At Stanford, I am in the Clinical Teaching Seminar Series (CTSS) Honors Certificate Program in medical education, am involved in multiple QI/research projects about HPV vaccination and outcomes in survivorship care in Gynecologic Oncology, and plan to pursue a global health selective abroad. Additional regularly scheduled conferences include: Residents are required to complete a project with one of the departmental faculty members, or to initiate an independent project under the guidance of an affiliated department within the School of Medicine. I attended the University of Georgia for undergrad, where I was able to build on the tradition of sports disappointment from my childhood. Outside of the hospital, I enjoy yoga, running, traveling, and football (Go Pats!). I love sampling new restaurants, coffee shops and activities; and am always willing to expand my comfort zone to try something new. Each intern has a chief mentor, each class has an assigned class mentor, and everyone chooses a faculty mentor to meet with quarterly- with the opportunity to renew or switch mentors on an annual basis. I studied Biology and Economics, and also played rugby at Providence College for undergrad. Please e-mail requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. I was born and raised in the Bay Area, where I grew up playing water polo. Residents are allotted 5 conference days per year, excusing them from clinical duties for presenting at conferences. Welcome to Stanford! Stanford also provides an annual $2,000 education stipend for use towards education expenses, such as conferences. As a physician, I am committed to advocating for women's health and empowering my patients. I went to medical school at the University of Arizona and during medical school served as a mentor and tutor to peer and high school students. I have learned the most in my life from writing. ), happy hours with my co-interns, and enjoying SF—California and Stanford have proven to be a perfect match. I moved to Los Angeles in 2016 to begin medical school at the University of Southern California, where I quickly built upon my passion for reproductive health by leading the Ob/Gyn Student Interest Group, joining MSFC, teaching sex education at local public schools, and conducting research within the Division of Family Planning on minority perspectives on contraception. So is sleep. The Stanford Interventional Radiology Residency Program is a 5-year ACGME accredited program that integrates 3 years of diagnostic radiology (DR) with 2 final years of dedicated interventional radiology (IR) training. When I'm not in the hospital, I enjoy hiking, visiting the beach, traveling, baking desserts, and spending time with my family. There are additional opportunities with SPIRES, the Stanford Program for International Reproductive Education and Services, which focus on areas of reproductive health in developing countries working with local non-governmental or academic institutions. Stanford Ob-gyn Residency's practice location is: 300 Pasteur Drive, Room Hc435 (stanford Department Of Graduate Medical Education) Stanford, CA 94305. In high school, I fell in love with biology and decided to go pre-med while continuing my training. Along the way, I studied biomedical engineering, taught sex ed, and trained as a doula. I was born in the Midwest and headed east to attend Trinity College in Connecticut where I studied Biochemistry and Hispanic Studies. The resident starts to go to a weekly Continuity Clinic, which continues throughout residency. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my daughter and husband, going for long runs, and trying new restaurants. And, hopefully, an effective teacher. After college, I headed east to New York to pursue a master’s degree in nutrition, where I became interested in healthy food access and nutrition education. Work and Education Professional Education. There's no other place like it and I'm so grateful to be back! And probably a subspecialist. Annual educational allowance $2,000 * Cell phone allowance $1,000 * Food allowance $10 per day (shifts of 12 hours or longer for clinical rotations only at SHC & LPCH)* I attended undergrad at Wichita State University, where I played softball and majored in Biology. My other passions include podcasting, Frank Ocean, Top Chef, my bike, and really any competition-based activity. I am happiest when at the beach in the sunshine. I grew up in Dublin, CA before attending Stanford for college, where I studied Communication and minored in Biology. I was born in Mountain View, CA and grew up on the peninsula. I was born and raised in western Kentucky. Through a broad global network of faculty colleagues and associates, residents have the opportunity to spend their elective time in a wide variety of international settings. I grew up in the Kansas City area and still maintain a devout love of all Kansas City sports teams, GO CHIEFS. I became the first in my family to attend college. I attended Virginia Commonwealth University for medical school in Richmond, Virginia, where I really developed my passion for women’s health and ob-gyn. Back Specifically, my research had an emphasis in sexual and reproductive health within the transgender community. I attended UC Davis Medical School in the San Joaquin Valley PRIME program where I was a leader in Latino Medical Student Association, community health outreach, and peer mentorship. Incorporating my own interests, I developed a nutrition counseling elective for medical students. There are additional opportunities with SPIRES… Disaster Planning for Obstetrical Services, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Reproductive, Stem Cell and Perinatal Biology, Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinical Research Unit, Women’s Reproductive Health Research (K12) at Stanford Program, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. I can also cook, I am obsessed with tea, and I like to hike. After moving to New England for medical school at Dartmouth, I spent my first summer in Kosovo working with a women’s advocacy organization on a national survey analyzing access to healthcare. Interview days are held on Tuesdays and Fridays from mid-November through mid-January. Courses offered by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology are listed under the subject code OBGYN on the Stanford Bulletin's ExploreCourses web site.. Stanford offers a true continuity clinic experience where residents are identified as the primary care giver for the same group of patients throughout their residency. Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon, GA, 06/30/1991. I also cultivated my love for teaching as a mentor and Anatomy TA to other medical students, and pursued my passion for women's health by conducting research on factors that influence adherence to cervical cancer screening in young women, among other research projects. After college, I worked in a missionary hospital in India, as a doula at San Francisco General, and as a family planning research coordinator at Stanford. Phone: 1-866-742-4811 Fax: 650-320-9443 Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Benign Gynecology Pathology teaching conference. After graduating, I ran communications strategy for Stanford Medicine X and volunteered as a Health Educator at the San Francisco Women’s Community Clinic. I continued at UCLA for medical school, where I provided care for the surrounding underserved communities as a leader of UCLA's student run free clinic. To improve my skills as an interpreter, I completed a 9-month course in medical interpreting in New York prior to moving to Chicago for medical school. Besides all of that, I love being outside. I returned to Colorado for medical school where I was actively involved with Community-Students Together Against Healthcare Racism and several other community-based organizations focused on health disparities. Please contact the Chief co-chairs for more information. Then I completed my MPH at Yale University, where I spent a summer doing research in Brazil. True to my Utah roots, I’m a hiker in the summer and skier in the winter. I can’t wait for you to see all of the great aspects the program that brought me to Stanford this year! Support teaching, research, and patient care. Over the next few years I finished my undergraduate studies at Vassar College and completed a Masters Degree at Boston University, where I studied chronic traumatic encephalopathy in NFL players. , I developed a LGBTQ health elective for first- and second-year medical students and was elected into the Gold Humanism Honor Society. I'm Hayley, originally from Boston and grew up in Santa Cruz, CA. Assistant Residency Program Director, Department of OB/GYN, Stanford University (2020 - Present) Class Mentor, OB/GYN Residency Class of 2021, Univ of Washington (2017 - Present) Chair, Clinical Competency Committee, OB/GYN Residency Program, Univ of Washington (2016 - 2020) Residents are supported to present their research at national meetings. My hobbies include traveling, running, group fitness classes, soccer, hiking, spending time with family. I find great joy in practicing yoga, journaling, listening and dancing to regional styles of Mexican music and listening to the Hamilton soundtrack on long drives. Upon return to Dartmouth, I continued my focus on issues of healthcare access by partnering with an existing community outreach program to provide home visits for pregnant women living in rural areas. I studied Biology and African Studies at UCLA. I spent an extra year during medical school as a clinical research coordinator for contraceptive and abortion trials. Hi! Work and Education Professional Education. We strive to provide mentored, intensive experiences during these electives aimed at providing the resident with an authentic in-country experience. In medical school, I spent time learning about Social Medicine in Haiti, and training Village Health teams in Uganda. She then attended medical school at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California, receiving her D.O. The Global Outreach for Faculty and Residents (GoFar) Stanford is a departmental program that helps support residents, fellows and faculty in global outreach in the field of Ob/Gyn in education and service delivery. Stanford Obstetrics and Gynecology; Stanford Obstetrics and Gynecology. After growing up in Oregon, I came down to Stanford for college to enjoy the beautiful weather, amazing Stanford football team, stunning Bay Area hikes, and studied Neurobiology with an emphasis in neuro-oncology. Advancing and Transforming Women's Health, Learn how we are healing patients through science & compassion, Stanford team stimulates neurons to induce particular perceptions in mice's minds, Students from far and near begin medical studies at Stanford. Ulysses credits his time at Stanford with continuing to expose him to further his career goals in academic medicine. I was born in New York City and grew up in the Bay Area. I grew up an avid sports fan in Atlanta, GA, which I think builds a certain character. Hi! I studied Molecular and Cellularat UC Berkeley where I was an avid Cal Bears fan. I am excited to engage in the journey of residency with the persistence, consistency and resilience she harnessed when swimming the competitive mile. As policy chair I was able to serve as a medical advocate for migrants released from ICE detention, advocate nationally for DACA policies, and locally to increase availability of medical interpreters. I'm a self-described interior design nut and overly enthusiastic foodie. As a lifelong team player, I was drawn to the team approach of medicine, but especially the grit of Ob/Gyn. In my free time, I love staying active (whether in the gym or the great outdoors). There, I helped to create and implement the women’s health curriculum for the Intermountain Healthcare System. I graduated college summa cum laude with degrees in Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology. I co-managed our medical student run community health clinic and collaborated on research with the NIH-National Cancer Institute. From these experiences, I planned a career in academic medicine with an eye towards medical student education. Phone: 1-800-800-1551, 24 hours - 7 days a week Stanford Health Care provides comprehensive services to refer and track patients, as well as provides the latest information and news for physicians and office staff. Professional, personal and research mentorship is very important to our program. REI 2-hour didactic conference, including a journal club and IVF conference. In obstetrics, the resident learns basic obstetrics and sonography. Residency: Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, California Fellowship: Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY Board Certified: American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Subspecialty, Gynecology Oncology My career goal is to make medicine more understanding and accessible for trans and queer patients and to continue to provide for a dynamic population.
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