Published: 08/28/2023

The Department of Pediatrics at Stanford’s School of Medicine has launched its NICHD T-32 Pediatric Global Health Subspecialty Fellowship. This 3-year fellowship will expand global health training to support pediatric sub-specialists to become successful independent research scientists focused on significant global pediatric health issues and innovative solutions.

Fellows apply for the T-32 during the first year of their fellowship at Stanford.  Any ACGME pediatric fellowship is eligible, with priority to those within the Department of Pediatrics.

Beginning in the second year of their pediatric specialty fellowship at Stanford, T-32 fellows receive great training through: completion of a master’s degree at Stanford, participation in Global Health short courses across the 7 schools of Stanford, pandemic and epidemic preparedness training, participation in seminars, research work-in-progress conferences and grant writing courses.

Additionally, fellows complete a mentored research project through one of the GH mentor sites.  This includes a longitudinal on-site experience with 6 to 8-week site visits during summer quarter to conduct primary research, pairing with 2 global health mentors – in addition to the fellow’s identified subspecialty mentors, and senior infectious diseases faculty to provide career guidance and alignment of diverse research domains (e.g., qualitative research, implementation research) with current and projected infectious disease research priorities.

Attached is the flyer for interested applicants. Please see the website for the application and additional information. Feel free to share this information with your networks widely! 

Please direct all questions regarding the application process and fellowship to Dr. Pete Meaney at Learn more at