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Software Developer - Genetics, Genetics
Bio Denis is a software developer at his core who loves to dabble on the cutting edge of technology. He has a passion for how technology and software and add value to everyday life and with simplicity and grace and empower users to do more with less frustration. Denis loves the intersection of Health and Technology and wants to make contributions to to the betterment of society and community with meaningful technology. For Denis the adoption of technology to allow humans to live longer, live better, and/or improve life, is the driving force.
Prior to Stanford, Denis has been an active part of many companies, large and small, and enjoys the entrepreneurial spirit. He was a core developer for First Medical Solutions electronic medical records software platform. He developed middleware systems to manage integration and interoperability. He also likes to explore hardware projects with Raspberry Pi.
Cynthia Harryman Samos
Science Writer/Editor, Neurosurgery
Current Role at Stanford Science Writer/Editor for the Department of Neurosurgery
Mijiza M. Sanchez, MPA, Ed.D.
Assistant Dean, Office of Medical Student Affairs, SoM Office of Student Services
Current Role at Stanford As the leader of a team of professionals engaged in the provision of comprehensive student services I am dedicated to proving leadership and direction for student programs ranging from orientation, advising, student wellness, learning strategies, financial aid to graduation as well as the transition to alumni status for both Medical and PhD students. In addition, I am responsible for developing tools to measure the effectiveness of service delivery to all student groups, faculty, and staff. I have the honor and privilege of managing the wonderful and amazing team within the Office of Medical Student Affairs. I happily serve as a Pre-major Advisor for Stanford undergraduate students.
Clea Sarnquist, DrPH, MPH
Sr Research Scholar and Lecturer, Pediatrics - Infectious Diseases
Current Role at Stanford Senior Research Scholar, Global Child Health Program, Department of Pediatrics
Lecturer, Department of Pediatrics
Fellow, Center for Innovation in Global Health
Blake K. Scanlon, Ph.D.
Director of Training and Education, Stanford/VA California Alzheimer Disease, Psych/Public Mental Health & Population Sciences
Current Role at Stanford Dr. Scanlon is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. He serves as Director of Training and Education at the Stanford/VA California Alzheimer's Disease Center. He also provides expertise in neurodegenerative disease, neuropsychological function, and caregiver stress.
FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Dr. Scanlon is currently accepting applications for postdoctoral fellowships through the Sierra Pacific MIRECC Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Illness and Treatment. Potential fellows should send electronic copies of a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references to email@example.com.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Dr. Scanlon is also accepting applications from people interested in working with his him and his research team. Please click on the "Volunteer Application" on the right-hand side of this page to complete a brief information sheet.