Medical Genetics Fellow
Dr. Elizabeth Null earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Minnesota and her medical doctorate at Creighton University School of Medicine, where she showed and early interest in pediatric genetics. After completing her pediatric residency and then categorical medical genetics residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, she moved to Palo Alto, CA where she is currently completing a one-year fellowship in medical biochemical genetics at Stanford University. Throughout her training, she has curated interests in medical education and narrative medicine. She is passionate about utilizing creative writing as a reflective tool to create community amongst medical providers and lift up patient voices. Her work has been published in the Graduate Medical Education Research Journal and featured online at Pulse: Voices from the Heart of Medicine.