Stanford University School of Medicine
Sarah R. Williams, MD, FACEP has been in residency program leadership for over 15 years, serving as chief resident, assistant/associate program director, and finally as program director for the Stanford Emergency Medicine Residency, overseeing the educational curriculum and heading the conversion of our 3-year program to a 4-year program. She has been on faculty at Stanford since 2000. Sarah went to Cal as an undergrad (Go Bears!) and then started drinking the Stanford cool-aid, going to Stanford Medical School, and staying for residency, chief residency, and beyond. Sarah also developed version 1 of the EM Ultrasound Fellowship and was its inaugural fellow, and then went on to become the founding director of the EM Ultrasound Program at Stanford. She also helped develop the Clinical Teaching Scholars Seminars Program, an interdepartmental medical education certificate program at Stanford.
Sarah has also been active in helping coordinate and run several CME programs, including our national conference and developing a new series of interdisciplinary ultrasound CME courses. Sarah has both practical real-world experience in education as well as completing the ACEP Teaching Fellowship.
Sarah's areas of expertise are medical education, leadership in emergency medicine, and emergency ultrasound. Sarah also understands the challenges of combining an active academic career with family; she is a wife and mom of three sons. She was also the first member of her family to go to college and gets how hard the system can be... Sarah is happy to collaborate with colleagues with anything related to any of the above interests.
Disclosure: Nothing to disclose
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM