Current Fellows

Ben Wang, MD, MPH candidate at UC Berkeley
Undergraduate Training: Stanford University Medical
School: UCLA Medical School
Pediatric Residency: UCLA Department of Pediatrics
Research/Clinical Interests: medical education, infectious disease, scholarly project on osteomyelitis
Amelia Castro, MD
Undergraduate Training: Claremont McKenna College
Medical School: UCSF Medical School
Pediatric Residency: Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center

Alumni

Heather Caputo, MD
Undergraduate Training: University of Nevada, Las Vegas, BS Chemistry
Medical School: University of Nevada School of Medicine
Pediatric Residency: Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Oakland
Fellowship: Pediatric Hospital Medicine The Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Oakland,
Current Position: Pediatric Hospitalist, Associate Program Director- KP Northern California Pediatric Residency
Previous Position: Associate Program Director, Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Kaiser Permanente, Oakland
Research/Clinical Interests: Procedural Training, Resident Education, Central Line Infection Prevention
Honors & Awards: Ida M. Cannon Award 2010 for embracing the psychosocial needs of patients
Shaun Fitzgerald, MD, MPH
Undergraduate Training: College of the Holy Cross, BA Neuroscience and Theater
Medical School: University of Massachusetts Medical School
Pediatric Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital for Children
Fellowship: Pediatric Hospital Medicine The Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Oakland
Current Position: Pediatric Hospitalist; Assistant Medical Director, Inpatient Services; Associate Program Director, KP Northern California Pediatric Residency
Research/Clinical Interests: Antibiotic Stewardship, Clinical Pathways in Global Health, Neglected Diseases of Poverty
Presentations: The Role of Pediatric Hospitalist in Antibiotic Stewardship, presented at 2017 Pediatric Hospital Medicine Conference, Nashville, TN.
Honors & Awards: Excellence in Inpatient Teaching Award 2012 & 2016
Clinical Interests: Medical Education, Family Centered Rounds, iPass system
Stephanie A. Yamout, MD, MBA
Undergraduate Training: State University at Buffalo, BA in Biology and Psychology, 2004
Medical School: State University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, MD, 2009
Graduate Training: State University at Buffalo School of Management, MBA, 2010
Pediatric Residency: Cohen Children’s Medical Center at Northwell Health, 2013
Fellowship: Pediatric Hospital Medicine The Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Oakland 2013-2015
Current Position: Pediatric Hospitalist, Kaiser San Leandro and Kaiser Oakland
Clinical Interests: Medical Education, Pediatric – Emergency Department Liaison
Miranda Kane, DO, MPH
Undergraduate Training: UCLA, BA Psychobiology
Medical School: Midwestern University, College of Osteopathic Medicine
Pediatric Residency: Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Oakland
Fellowship: Pediatric Hospital Medicine The Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Oakland 2016-2018
Masters in Public Heath: UC Berkeley 2018 Research/Clinical Interests:
· QI project Medical Student Teaching
· Acute Flaccid Myelitis Research/IRB approved
· Improving Resident Participation in M&M
· QI Project on Family Centered Rounds
Presentations:
· Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellows Conference, Presenter 2017
· Pediatric Hospital Medicine Conference, Presenter for clinical conundrum and abstract session 2017
· Pediatric Academic Society Conference, Presenter May 2017
· Pediatric M&M conference, monthly presenter Aug 2016-July 2017
Honors & Awards:
· Resident Teaching Award June 2016
Current Position: Pediatric Hospitalist, Associate Program Director- KP Northern California Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship
Clinical Interests: Medical Education, Curriculum Development, Obesity and Infectious Disease
Pearl Wen Chang, MD
Undergraduate Training: Stanford University, 2004
Medical School: Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, 2008
Pediatric Residency: Pediatrics, Lucile Salter Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University, Palo Alto 20
Fellowship: Pediatric Hospital Medicine, The Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Oakland 2014-2016
Publications During Fellowship:
1) A Clinical Prediction Rule for Rebound Hyperbilirubinemia Following Inpatient Phototherapy. Pediatrics, 2017 Mar.: 139(3)
2) Urinary Imaging Findings in Young Infants with Bacteremic Urinary Tract Infection.
Hospital Pediatrics, 2016 Nov.: 6(11)647-65
Current Position: Acting Assistant Professor at Seattle Childrens Hospital, Department of
Inpatient Medicine
Clinical Interests: Family centered care, evidence-based medicine