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  • Trent Tanaka

    Trent Tanaka

    Director, SoM - Information Resources & Technology

    Current Role at Stanford I direct a department in Information Resources & Technology (IRT), AV Technology. We provide the AV standards for buildings throughout the School of Medicine. Our team consists of a high-level, specialized group of individuals. We support over 5 buildings, maintain over 300 computers, and manage over 8,000 pieces of audio-video technology. In addition to the learning spaces, we maintain the MediaFlow Core System which delivers over 10,000 hours of content per year to our medical students. The AV Technology department also maintains a groundbreaking Simulation Center.

  • Marilyn Tinsley

    Marilyn Tinsley

    Information Services Librarian, School of Medicine - Lane Medical Library

    Current Role at Stanford As Research Services Librarian at Lane Medical Library, I teach searching classes, assist researchers with literature searches, and edit Lane's Library News. My liaison departments include psychiatry, neurology, nursing, rehabilitation services,ophthalmology, and the bioscience graduate students.

  • Mark Trenchard

    Mark Trenchard

    Director, Web Services, SoM - Information Resources & Technology

    Current Role at Stanford Director, Web Services
    School of Medicine

    Mark leads and evangelizes the public digital presence for 800+ websites while providing operational leadership for user experience, design, SEO, analytics, content strategy, search, blog, online video, wiki services and Web author community development.

  • Peg Tsao

    Peg Tsao

    Study Facilitator, SPECTRUM (CTSA/SCCTR)

    Current Role at Stanford As a Study Facilitator, I assist protocol directors and other research personnel in all aspects of clinical trials - design, set-up, conduct, close-out. I direct individuals to a number of services offered through Spectrum as well as guide them through the budgeting, billing, IRB, regulatory and contracting processes. In addition, I work with study teams to identify potential protocol related risks; help to ensure proper billing; maintain open communication with all parties involved including the Research Management Group, Research Compliance and the Office of Sponsored Research and advise on FDA regulations.

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