Stacey Rubin Rose, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Assistant Professor
Baylor College of Medicine

Stacey Rubin Rose, M.D., F.A.C.P. Photo

Positions

Assistant Professor
Internal Medicine
Infectious Diseases
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX US

Assistant Dean of Clinical Curriculum
School of Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas United States

Addresses

Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center, McNair Campus (Clinic)
7200 Cambridge St., 8th Floor, Suite 8B
Houston, Texas 77030
United States
(713) 798-2900
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Baylor College of Medicine (Office)
One Baylor Plaza
Suite M 220.15
Houston, Texas 77030
United States
(281) 381-0596
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Certifications

  • Internal Medicine, Board Certified American Board of Internal Medicine

  • Infectious Diseases, Board Certified American Board of Internal Medicine

  • Texas Medical License Texas Medical Board

Education

  • MD from Baylor College of Medicine
    05/2007 - Houston, Texas United States
  • Residency at Baylor College of Medicine
    06/2010 - Houston, Texas United States
  • Fellowship at National Institutes of Health
    05/2014 - Bethesda, Maryland United States

Language

  • English

Gender

  • Female

Presentations

ACGME Back to Bedside Initiative: Humanism Rounds
Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
February 14, 2019

Telemedicine: Real Challenges for a Virtual Visit
Ethics Grand Rounds
December 16, 2020

Contributor

Telemedicine: Real Challenges for a Virtual Visit
Ethics Grand Rounds
December 16, 2020

Professional Statement

I am committed to improving medical education, with a focus on curriculum development and promoting accurate feedback to our trainees in order to facilitate their professional growth. While I was previously involved in graduate medical education as an Associate Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program, I have now transitioned to the Assistant Dean of Clinical Curriculum for undergraduate medical education; in that role, I work with clinical course directors to optimize clinical education for undergraduate medical trainees, with a focus on continuous quality improvement with incorporation of innovation and active learning. Additionally, I have a strong personal and professional interest in Physician Wellness, and am involved in several initiatives at local, regional and national levels aimed to reduce burnout and increase physicians' sense of meaning in the workplace. Through my clinical Infectious Diseases practices in the Faculty Group Practice and Thomas Street Health Center, I aim to provide high quality care to patients with general Infectious Diseases or HIV-related conditions or risk factors. Fundamentally, I strive to be a strong clinician for my patients, an accessible teacher and mentor for trainees, and an effective leader and scholar in medical education.

Professional Achievements

  • Service First nomination
    07/2016

  • Well-Being Champion
    American College of Physicians

  • Fellow
    American College of Physicians

  • Faculty Mentor
    10/2017

  • Texas Super Doctors Rising Stars 2018 - 2020

Professional Interests

  • Infectious Diseases, general

  • HIV

  • Well-being of Health Care Providers

  • BeWell Wellness Champion

Professional Specialties

  • Internal Medicine

  • Infectious Diseases