Faculty Profile


Kimberly Stanford
Section of Emergency Medicine
Assistant Professor of Medicine
kstanford@medicine.bsd.uchicago.edu
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Academic Interests

Dr. Stanford’s academic interests focus on global emergency medicine, particularly humanitarian crisis response, communicable diseases, human trafficking and refugee health. She also has an interest in wilderness medicine and health care in austere environments. She currently serves as a reviewer for the Global Emergency Medicine Literature Review.
 

Clinical Interests

 

Publications

  • Stanford K, Phillips L, Chang Y, Leemon D, Schimelpfenig T, Harris N. Trends in Skin and Soft Tissue Related Injuries in the NOLS Outdoor Courses from 1984 to 2012. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine Journal. September 2017
  • Stanford K, Miller E, Bhatia K. Fever and Back Pain in a Preschool Teacher. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. March 2017.
  • Stanford K, Frasure S. Adult Female with Chest Pain. Annals of Emergency Medicine. Vol 67, No 3: March 2016.
  • Frasure S, Stanford K. Adult Female with Abdominal Pain. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. Vol 16, Issue 7: Dec 2015.
  • Stanford K, Valente J. “Yersinia Pestis (Plague) Attack.” Disaster Medicine. Ed. Gregory Ciottone. Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015.

Training

  • BS, 2001, Yale University, Electrical Engineering
  • BA, 2001, Yale University, Music
  • MD, 2013, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medicine
  • Residency, 2017, Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency, Emergency Medicine