|JOB TITLE:||Postdoctoral Fellow, Clinical Ethics|
|DEADLINE:||Rolling review of applications until January 2022|
Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics
|CONTACT:||Megan Cvitanovic, firstname.lastname@example.org|
Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics
The Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics (SCBE) announces a clinical ethics fellowship position.
The Clinical Ethics Fellowship in the Center for Biomedical Ethics is a two-year, full-time program designed to prepare graduates to become leaders in Bioethics in health care settings, academic institutions, and professional or government agencies. Established in 2015, this non-ACGME fellowship is committed to addressing ethical concerns through clinical ethics consultation, policy development, education and research. This fellowship will be appointed through the Stanford Graduate Medical Education (GME) office.
The goals and objectives of this fellowship include the following:
We seek applicants with the following prerequisite training and knowledge:
Application Requirements: To apply, please visit: https://bit.ly/SCBE-clinical-ethics-fellowship. A copy of your CV, cover letter, and list of three references are required. Applications will be evaluated by the program’s director, assistant director, and former fellow. Final candidates must provide at least two writing samples/publications. Unfortunately, due to Stanford Graduate Medical Education (GME) regulations, we cannot accept or review applications from prospective international fellows.
Application Deadline: Rolling review of applications until the beginning of January 2022 for the expected start date in July 2022. For any questions or concerns, please contact Megan Cvitanovic (email@example.com).
Stanford University School of Medicine deeply appreciates the value of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community, and defines diversity broadly to include (among other things) diversity of genders, races and ethnicities, cultures, physical and learning differences, sexual orientations and identities, veteran status, and work and life experiences. The School of Medicine is committed to increasing representation of women and members of groups underrepresented in research, and we particularly encourage applications from such candidates. These include Blacks or African Americans, Hispanics or Latinos, American Indians or Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders, individuals with disabilities, and individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, including from low-income families and rural or inner-city educational environments.