Jeffrey Chi

Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine - General Medical Disciplines

Professional Education

Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine (2008) CA

Board Certification: Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (2008)

Medical Education: Yale School of Medicine Appointments (2005) CT

BA, Yale University, Biology (2000)

Honors & Awards

Award Recipient, Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation Award for Excellence in Preclinical Teaching (May 2012)

Faculty Fellow, Rathmann Family Foundation E4C Fellowship in Patient-centered Care (2011)

Semi-Finalist - Poster Presentation, Society of Hospitalist Medicine Annual National Meeting (May 2011)

"Excellence in Teaching" Pin, Stanford School of Medicine (2009, 2010)

Department of General Internal Medicine 2009 Teaching Award, Stanford Dept General Internal Medicine (2009)

Franklin G. Ebaugh, Jr. Research Award, Stanford Hospital Department of Medicine (2006, 2008)

Annual Conference Travel Award, American Society of Hematology (2003)

Medical Research Fellow, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (2003)

G.D. Hsuing Research Fellowship, Yale Medical School (May 2001 - August 2001)

Administrative Appointments

Clinical Assitant Professor of Medicine, Hospitalist, Stanford University School of Medicine (2010 - Present)

Clinical Instructor, Hospitalist, Stanford University School of Medicine (2008 - 2010)

Assistant Director, Section of Hospital Medicine (2014 - Present)

Faculty Member, E4C (Educators for Care) (2012 - Present)

Faculty Member, E4C (Educators For Care) Associates Program (2010 - 2012)

Faculty Lead, School of Medicine Practice of Medicine Electronic Medical Records Curriculum (2011 - Present)

Faculty Lead, School of Medicine Practice of Medicine Practicum Course (2009 - Present)

B1/C1 Unit Based Medical Director, Stanford Hospital and Clinics (2012 - Present)

Committee Member, Stanford Hospital Quality Council (2009 - Present)

Committee Member, Stanford Hospital Health Information Management (HIM) Committee (2010 - Present)

Committee Member, Department of Medicine Professional Practice Evaluation Committee (PPEC) (2011 - 2014)

Committee Member, Stanford Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee (2009 - 2012)

Committee Member, Stanford Hospital Paging/Communication Committee (2009 - 2011)

Coordinator, Stanford Hospital Nocturnist Program (2009 - 2010)

Assigning a team-based pager for on-call physicians reduces paging errors in a large academic hospital.
Shieh, L., Chi, J., Kulik, C., Momeni, A., Shelton, A., & Hopkins, J. (2014). Assigning a team-based pager for on-call physicians reduces paging errors in a large academic hospital. Joint Commission journal on quality and patient safety / Joint Commission Resources, 40(2), 77-82.

Medical Students and the Electronic Health Record: "An Epic Use of Time"
Chi, J., Kugler, J., Chu, I. M., Loftus, P. D., Evans, K. H., & Braddock, C. H. (2014). Medical Students and the Electronic Health Record: "An Epic Use of Time". The American journal of medicine.

Long-term outcomes of septal reduction for obstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
Sedehi, D., Finocchiaro, G., Tibayan, Y., Chi, J., Pavlovic, A., & Ashley, E. A. (2014). Long-term outcomes of septal reduction for obstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Journal of cardiology.

Improving communication with patients: learning by doing.
Chi, J., & Verghese, A. (2013). Improving communication with patients: learning by doing. JAMA-the journal of the American Medical Association, 310(21), 2257-2258.

A piece of my mind. The road back to the bedside.
Elder, A., Chi, J., Ozdalga, E., Kugler, J., & Verghese, A. (2013). A piece of my mind. The road back to the bedside. JAMA-the journal of the American Medical Association, 310(8), 799-800.

A cascade of Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinases regulates the differentiation and functional activation of murine neutrophils
Gaines, P., Lamoureux, J., Marisetty, A., Chi, J., & Berliner, N. (2008). A cascade of Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinases regulates the differentiation and functional activation of murine neutrophils. EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY, 36(7), 832-844.

Heterogeneity of functional responses in differentiated myeloid cell lines reveals EPRO cells as a valid model of murine neutrophil functional activation
Gaines, P., Chi, J., & Berliner, N. (2005). Heterogeneity of functional responses in differentiated myeloid cell lines reveals EPRO cells as a valid model of murine neutrophil functional activation. JOURNAL OF LEUKOCYTE BIOLOGY, 77(5), 669-679.