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Education


The faculty and staff of the Center for Undiagnosed Diseases facilitates education of trainees in a number of venues.

 

To inquire about opportunities for in-depth postdoctoral training, please send a letter of interest and CV to Brooke Zelnik (brookez@stanford.edu) with “CUD Postdoc” in the subject line.

 

Internal Medicine residents gain exposure to the CUD through the highly-ranked Genomic Medicine and Undiagnosed Diseases residency rotation directed by Matthew Wheeler.

 

Genetic Counseling master’s students are trained through the Undiagnosed Diseases Genetic Counseling Rotation directed by Jennefer Kohler.

 

Medical, graduate, and advanced undergraduate students can enroll in the fall-quarter course “Diagnostic Odysseys in Medicine” (MED 244) to learn about techniques and technologies at the forefront of medicine, directed by Jason Hom.

 

Students looking for a more hands-on elective can enroll in the “Workshop to End Diagnostic Odysseys” (MED 239) directed by Matthew Wheeler, to learn and apply case-solving techniques to real-world undiagnosed cases.