Denise M. Chan, MD

  • Clinical Assistant Professor
  • Co-Director, Division of Global Health
  • Pediatric Anesthesia

Dr. Chan completed anesthesia residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital in 2008 and pediatric anesthesia fellowship in 2009 at Children's Hospital Boston. After several years in private practice, she returned to Boston Children's Hospital in 2013 to complete a global pediatric anesthesia fellowship, during which she joined Human Resources for Health and served as faculty at the University of Rwanda. In 2014, she joined the Department of Anesthesiology at Stanford. 

Dr. Chan has participated extensively in humanitarian missions, advocated for global health at national and international meetings, and contributed to several global anesthesia textbooks. 

Rebecca McGoldrick, M.D.

  • Clinical Instructor
  • Co-Director, Division of Global Health
  • Multispeciality Anesthesia

Rebecca completed her anesthesiology residency training at the University of Alabama in Birmingham and joined Stanford University’s anesthesia department as a global health fellow in 2013.  Her interest in global health began while working in South Africa prior to medical school.  Since then, she has participated in medical missions in South Africa and Ecuador, but became interested in education during a residency rotation in Kenya training nurse anesthetist students.   Her fellowship focused on educational videos and interactive lectures with the anesthesia resident physicians in Zimbabwe.  

Michelle Duperrault, MS-HCA

  • Global Health Division Manager
  • Executive Assistant to the Chairman

Michelle received her undergraduate degrees in global studies and political science with an emphasis in international relations from University of California, Santa Barbara. She has held internships at the World Health Organization in Geneva and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San Jose, Costa Rica. She earned a master’s in health care administration (MS-HCA) from California State University, East Bay and completed her capstone project on formalizing the division of global anesthesia at Stanford. She is currently enrolled in an online master’s in global health program (MSGH) at Northwestern University.

Michelle is interested in global health education, global health systems strengthening, and grant writing. She has visited 25+ countries and speaks Spanish, French, and some Portuguese.

Ana Crawford, M.D., M.Sc.

  • Clinical Assistant Professor (adjunct)
  • Multispecialty and Critical Care Anesthesia

Ana joined the Stanford faculty in 2009 after completing her anesthesia residency at the University of Texas Southwestern and her ICU fellowship at Stanford University.  Her initial interest in Global Health started in 2005 as an intern when she took her first international trip to Kenya where she was part of a team that ran a 4 day medical clinic serving thousands of patients from villages near and far.  It was there that the importance of sustainability and collaboration left their mark on her future goals in global health.  She then completed a master’s degree in global health sciences at UCSF in 2012 and began to formalize the global health division within the department of anesthesiology, including the creation of the global health in anesthesia fellowship program. Ana is a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists Committee on Global Humanitarian Outreach (ASA-GHO).