Stanford Fellowship in Anesthesia Research and Medicine (Stanford FARM Scholars)


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Vivianne Tawfik, MD, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine and also serves as the Assistant Director of the Fellowship in Anesthesia Research & Medicine (FARM) at Stanford University.
In this video, she discusses the Stanford Fellowship in Anesthesia Research and Medicine (or Stanford FARM Scholars). The goal of the fellowship is to recruit applicants who want careers as researchers and academic anesthesiologists. This Resident Research Career Development Award awards an additional unrestricted $10,000 department stipend (taxed either as income over the normal postgraduate year salary and paid during each academic year, or as a research budget, as decided by the FARM scholar) annually for each year the resident is in the FARM program. The FARM program requires a minimum of one research fellowship year in addition to the 3 years of traditional residency. Additional funding to support research costs during the fellowship year is available through the departmental small grants program after review by the department’s Research Committee.
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Cinematography by Ian Mackey
Editing by Eric Kuong

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