2017 - 2019 Fellows in Clinical Informatics
Funded with generous support from an unrestricted grant from Hewlett Packard and the Stanford Department of Medicine.
Ron grew up in New York, went to college and medical school in Chicago at Northwestern, and completed a one year clinical epidemiology research fellowship at Penn before coming to Stanford with his wife for Internal Medicine training. Ron's informatics interests are to work with other clinicians, informaticists, and designers to create, implement, evaluate, and disseminate tools that both help us become better physicians and build a learning healthcare system of the future.
Sanaa attended UCLA for undergrad where she majored in Economics, then attended WashU in St. Louis for Medical School. She was Obstetrics and Gynecology resident at Stanford, and is interested in pursuing Maternal Fetal Medicine clinical training. She recognizes the special informatics needs of Obstetrics and Gynecology and its subspecialties, and aspires to become a leader in obstetrics informatics.
2018 - 2020 Fellow in Clinical Informatics
Funded with generous support from an unrestricted grant from Hewlett Packard.
Prior to attending medical school in Philadelphia, Keith worked as a SAS programmer analyzing Medicare claims data for the federal government. During medical school, his research focused on applying machine learning to predict outcomes in patients with liver cancer. He recently completed his Pediatric residency at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. His interests focus on using data analytics to improve patient care outcomes and quality.