Maryam Sarah Hamidi
Psych/General Psychiatry And Psychology (Adult)
United States of America
Maryam Hamidi, PhD, serves as the Associate Director of Scholarship and Health Promotion at the Stanford Medicine WellMD Center, and as a research professional at Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. In this role, Maryam is engaged in conducting innovative research projects including development, implementation and evaluation of interventions to improve physicians’ wellness. As a nutrition scientist with over 15 years of experience in nutrition research, counseling and education, she is the author and co -author of many highly cited scientific papers on nutrition and well -being.
She maintains membership in both the Canadian Nutrition Society and the American Society for Nutrition. Maryam has particular nutrition expertise in enhancing the cognitive performance and alertness of professionals with high cognitive demands. Prior to coming to Stanford she served as a scientific associate at the University Health Network of Toronto, and as an advisor to Air Canada pilots and cabin crew on optimal nutrition . She is excited to be developing individual lifestyle strategies to promote physician well- being here at Stanford.
Vitamin K and musculoskeletal health in postmenopausal women MOLECULAR NUTRITION & FOOD RESEARCH Hamidi, M. S., Cheung, A. M. 2014; 58 (8): 1647-1657
Running on empty: a review of nutrition and physicians' well-being POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL JOURNAL Hamidi, M. S., Boggild, M. K., Cheung, A. M. 2016; 92 (1090): 478-481
Physician Well-Being: The Reciprocity of Practice Efficiency, Culture of Wellness, and Personal Resilience Bohman, B. NEJM Catalyst. 2017 ; Leadership