Dr. Kraus is the Chief Resident at her Stanford residency program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She has a special interest in sports medicine, injury prevention, running biomechanics, the prevention of bone stress injuries in collegiate athletes and the promotion of health and wellness at any age of life.
Dr. Kraus is involved in collaborative research on preventing bone stress injuries in male and female Division I collegiate distance runners. She's a member of the Stanford Society of Physician Scholars and serves as the residency director for a free musculoskeletal clinic run by medical students.
Dr. Kraus serves as a medical coverage volunteer at high level international competitions including the USATF National Track and Field Championships. Outside of her job as a resident physician, Dr. Kraus enjoys distance and trail running, tennis, yoga and stand up paddle boarding.