Stanford/Kaiser EM Residency Leadership

Sarah Williams, MD
Residency Program Director

Residency Training: Stanford/Kaiser
Professional Interests: Ultrasound, Medical Education, Health Advocacy



Mark Thanassi, MD
Assistant Residency Program Director

Residency Training: Stanford/Kaiser
Professional Interests: Quality Assurance, Medical Education


Holly Caretta-Wyer
Assistant Residency Program Director

Jennifer Kanapicki, MD
Assistant Residency Program Director

Residency Training: Stanford/Kaiser
Professional Interests: International Emergency Medicine, Medical Education



Al'ai Alvarez, MD
Assistant Residency Program Director

Residency Training: Jacobi/Montefiore Emergency Medicine
Professional Interests: Quality and Clinical Operations, Medical Education


William Dixon
Interim Assistant Program Director (Medical Education Fellow)

 

(VMC  Faculty coming soon)

CONNECTING AND MENTORING

Our residents benefit from a robust team of formal and informal mentors and collaborators.

WORLD-RENOWNED FACULTY

Imagine having the recognized leaders in their field as your mentors, providing guidance on clinical practices and professional development. Our faculty have written THE textbooks, lead emergency medicine organizations, and in some cases, pioneered their sub-specialties. Best of all, they are passionnate about shaping the next generation of physicians, day-to-day and with an eye toward long-term goals.

INTERDISCIPLINARY LEADERS

Physical proximity to Stanford Hospital and Stanford University allows interdepartmental and interdisciplinary collaboration with researchers and healthcare providers who are changing medicine. The School of Medicine current faculty roster includes eight Nobel Prize winners, and Stanford is home to a long-list of firsts, including the first heart transplant in the United States.