Dr. Stacey Rose is committed to an academic career focused on optimizing the education and well-being of medical trainees, and providing high quality clinical care in Infectious Diseases. In 2015, she joined the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) as a Clinical Educator. As part of her initial appointment as an Associate Director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program, she spearheaded a physician wellness initiative which has gained attention at local, regional and national levels. Her expertise in both physician wellness and Infectious Diseases is broadly recognized; she has been invited to give presentations on these topics at national conferences, and currently serves as a Wellness Champion for the American College of Physicians, and as a member of the Infectious Diseases Society of America Education Committee. Her delivery of competent and compassionate care in her clinical field of Infectious Diseases (including primary care of a population of persons living with HIV) is also exemplary, with distinctions including Texas Rising Stars Super Doctors and Houstonia Top Doctors. In August 2018, in recognition of her talents as an educator and leader, she was invited to transition to Undergraduate Medical Education as the Director of Clinical Sciences Curriculum, with promotion to Assistant Dean of Clinical Curriculum for the School of Medicine in July 2019. She continues to work with post-graduate medical trainees as Wellness Director, and has received grant funding for the development and implementation of patient-centered wellness initiatives such as the Back to Bedside program. She continues to develop as a leader in medical education, and as a regional and national expert with regard to wellness and patient care.