People


Faculty

Sakti Srivastava

Division Chief

 

Ian Whitmore

Professor

 

Darren Salmi

Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Salmi is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery and Pathology at Stanford University. He received his M.S. from Stanford University, his M.D. from U.C. Davis, and completed his Anatomic Pathology Residency at Stanford University. He specializes in adult and pediatric autopsy pathology with a special interest in congenital pathology and cardiovascular pathology. He is a director for three core medical and PA student courses: anatomy, embryology, and histology.

Miguel Angeles

Lecturer

 

Robert Chase

Emeritus Professor

 

Bruce Fogel

Adjunct Professor

Dr. Fogel received his D.D.S. from the UCLA School of Dentistry and his Certificate in Endodontics from the Harvard University School of Dental Medicine and the Forsyth Institute.  He has an extensive background in private clinical practice and has taught at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry where he was a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Endodontic Surgical Services and as a Consultant at the Palo Alto Veterans Administration Hospital.

Before joining the Stanford faculty, he developed 3D interactive active software to teach human anatomy.  Presently, he develops, directs, and teaches undergraduate, medical school, and outreach courses.  He emphasizes the clinical relevance of anatomy as it pertains to the treatment of traumatic and pathological conditions.

Beth Habelow

Lecturer

 

Lauren Toomer

Lecturer

 

Victoria Clague

Lecturer

 

John Gosling

Emeritus Professor

 


Staff

Tamara Winston

Division Manager

 

Chris Dolph

Willed Body Program & Lab Coordinator

 

Alisa Richardson

Anatomy Labs Program Coordinator

 

Matthew Hasel

Technology Consultant

Matt has spent over a decade developing educational technology and content for healthcare education. He also helped coordinate the "Rodin's Hands" exhibit at the Cantor Arts Center as well as the digital components of the San Jose Tech Museum's "Body Worlds Decoded" exhibit.


Hannah Hales

Anatomy Scholar/Research Assistant

Hannah Hales graduated from Stanford University in 2018, majoring in Human Biology. She currently works as an Anatomy Scholar in the Division of Clinical Anatomy.

Her work in the department includes serving as a teaching assistant for various courses in the division, dissection, leading anatomy tutorials for visiting groups (using both prosections and digital resources), assisting with administration in the Willed Body Program, and independent research. She is particularly interested in head and neck anatomy, as well as skeletal anatomy.

In addition, Hannah is also involved in research with Dr. Masaki Arioka of the Helms Laboratory, studying mesenchymal stem cells and adipocytes in the bone marrow cavity, and the Wnt signaling pathway. She plans to attend Dental School in the future, and is interested in orthodontics, prosthodontics and maxillofacial surgery.

For the past two years, she has assisted in an Orthodontist office, learning about craniofacial anomalies, surgical methods for patients with cleft lip/palate, and the use of cephalometric x-rays for the assessment of occlusion. Hannah is also interested in medical illustration, she finds the intersection between science and art particularly fascinating. In her free time, she loves to paint, draw, hike and play the harp.

Julie-Ann Nguyen

Anatomy Scholar / Research Assistant

Julie-Ann Nguyen attended De Anza College and then graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Integrative Biology with a concentration in Human Biology.

During her undergraduate career, her interest in racial/cultural health disparities and social justice inspired her involvement in the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) as the Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Health/ Gender and Sexuality Committee Chair, a participant in UC Berkeley School of Public Health’s Field Study Internship, and the mentor coordinator for the Southeast Asian Student Coalition.

Currently, Julie-Ann works as an Anatomy Scholar, assisting faculty with courses and administrative duties in the anatomy lab. In her free time, Julie-Ann volunteers at the Asian Law Alliance in the immigration clinic and likes to read, cook, and take care of her plants!

Maddie Hayes-Lattin

Anatomy Scholar / Research Assistant

Maddie Hayes-Lattin graduated from Stanford University in 2019 with a B.S. in Bioengineering. She currently works as an Anatomy Scholar in the Division of Clinical Anatomy with a special interest in musculoskeletal anatomy, sports injury mechanisms, and orthopedic applications of anatomy.

Maddie plans to attend medical school, and wants to pursue emergency medicine, or orthopedic or trauma surgery. She is also interested in medical devices and applying design principles to solving biomedical problems in healthcare.

Outside of the Division of Clinical Anatomy, Maddie is a teaching assistant for Stanford’s EMT training program and a member of Stanford EMS (StEMS), a student group of certified EMT-Basics that provides standby medical service to the students, faculty, and community at campus events. In her free time, she likes to ski, trail run, bike, and read.

Rocio Angeles

Anatomy Scholar / Research Assistant

Rocio Angeles graduated from Saint Mary's College of California with a B.S. in Allied Health Sciences. 

She currently works as an Anatomy Scholar in the Division of Clinical Anatomy with a special interest in anatomical variations. ​

During her undergraduate career, her passion for anatomy education led her to serve as a teaching assistant. She has assisted with the Stanford Clinical Anatomy Summer Program for several years.

Additionally, she has had the opportunity to shadow surgeons in South America, learning about neurosurgery, general surgery and vascular surgery. Rocio plans to attend medical school in the future, with a special interest in surgical specialties. In her free time, she likes to draw, act, and sing. ​