Alumni Information

This page was created for Alumnii and to be graduates, with some resources on jobs, and contact information for our faculty.

Recent Events

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Annual Alumni Reception

AAPM&R 2012 Annual Assembly in Atlanta 

AAPM&R 2011 Annual Assembly in Orlando 

Recent Graduates have gone on to :

  • Fellowship in Interventional Spine at Stanford
  • Fellowship in Pain Management at Stanford
  • Fellowship in Pain Management at Mayo Clinic Scottsdale
  • Fellowship in Pain Management at OHSU
  • Fellowship in Pain Management at UCSF
  • Fellowship in Pain Management at USC
  • Fellowship in Pain Management at University of Iowa
  • Fellowship in Pain Management at University of Michigan
  • Fellowship in Spine and Sports Medicine at Hospital for Special Surgery
  • Fellowship in Sports Medicine and Spine at Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
  • Fellowship in Spinal Cord Injury at University of Washington
  • Fellowship in Spinal Cord Injury at Stanford
  • Fellowship in Spinal Cord Injury at Baylor
  • Fellowship in Sports Medicine at Johns Hopkins
  • Fellowship in Sports Medicine at Cleveland Clinic
  • Fellowship in Sports Medicine at MedStar Washington Hospital Center
  • Fellowship in Traumatic Brain Injury at Vallejo Kaiser Permanente
  • Fellowship in Traumatic Brain Injury at University of Pittsburg
  • Fellowship in Pediatric Rehabilitation at MedStar Washington Hospital Center

Stanford University PM&R Resident Education Fund

We are thrilled to announce the creation of the Stanford University Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) Resident Education Fund. Our goals are to:

  • Help our residents pursue the best possible training experiences
  • Grow the Stanford PM&R Residency Program into one of the top PM&R training programs in the nation.

We need your support to transform our goals into realities.

Our PM&R program is already on the right track and this past year celebrated some dramatic successes:

  • An explosion of resident research projects focusing on a multitude of relevant areas including:
    • Spinal cord injury
    • Traumatic brain injury
    • Spine & sports medicine
    • Polytrauma
    • New technology design
  • Winning several awards resulting from residents presenting more than 37 papers/posters over the last two years at several national PM&R meetings.
  • Fully integrated faculty involvement fostering resident accomplishment toward becoming leaders in PM&R upon graduating from the program.

As the PM&R Residency program looks forward, we plan on targeting your support strategically to extend greater opportunities to our residents as they matriculate through the program:

  • Enhanced research development/design
  • More research presentations
  • Additional journal publication submissions
  • Support for conference attendance
  • Provide other educational materials.

To make a donation you can go online at http://medicalgiving.stanford.edu/ (click “other” in the pull down menu and then type “PM&R Residency Fund” in the special instructions) or simply mail us a check made out to Stanford University with “PM&R Residency Fund” in the memo line.  Please send donations to:

Stanford PM&R Residency Fund
c/o Erin Nelligan
Physical Medicine and Rehab
450 Broadway St, MC: 6342
Redwood City, CA 94063

Again, it is your support that can help us make this happen.  We sincerely thank you and are most grateful for your consideration of our residency program.

Sincerely,

David J. Kennedy, M.D.
Residency Program Director, PM&R
Stanford University School of Medicine

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Stanford Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation alumni have a strong presence throughout the United States, in virtually all aspects of rehabilitation medicine. Many of our graduates have gone on to lead the field of rehabilitation medicine in the private sector, academia, research, education, and innovation.