2016 Spectrum Symposium Presenters

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POPULATION HEALTH: Catherine Ley, PhD, and Karen Draper, MD

Probiotics in the U.S.: Integrating consumer reports, physician practices and patient behaviors to determine use patterns and implications

Julie Parsonnet, MD, professor of medicine and of health research and policy; Randall Stafford, MD, PhD, professor of medicine; Catherine Ley, PhD, senior research scientist; Karen Draper, MD, gastroenterology fellow

POPULATION HEALTH: Scarlett Lin Gomez, MPH, PhD

Real-time data capture of online epidemiologic data among South Asians: Is it feasible and acceptable for enhancing population-based health research?

Scarlett Gomez, PhD, MPH, consulting associate professor of health research and policy; VJ Periyakoil, MD, clinical associate professor of medicine

POPULATION HEALTH: Ian Mathews, Micaela Esquivel, MD, and Pablo Tarsicio Uribe-Leitz, MD

Mapping access to surgical care: An investigation using geographic information systems for surgery and public health 

Thomas Weiser, MD, MPH, assistant professor of surgery; Micaela Esquivel, MD, surgical resident and research fellow; Tarsicio Uribe-Leitz, MD, MPH, surgery research fellow    

POPULATION HEALTH: Rita Hamad, MPH, MD

Long-Term Neighborhood Effects on Diabetes Risk: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from a Refugee Dispersal Policy in Sweden

Justin S. White (PhD, Assistant Professor at UCSF), Rita Hamad (MD, MPH, Instructor of Medicine at Stanford), Xinjun Li (MD, Associate Professor at Lund University), Sanjay Basu (MD PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Stanford), Henrik Ohlsson (PhD, Statistician at Lund University), Jan Sundquist (MD, PhD, Professor at Lund University), Kristina Sundquist (MD, PhD, Professor at Lund University)

The impacts of educational attainment on population health: An instrumental variables analysis

Rita Hamad, MD, MPH, instructor of family medicine; David Rehkopf, ScD, MPH, assistant professor of medicine

POPULATION HEALTH: Salma Shariff-Marco, PhD, MPH

Using Google Street View to assess neighborhoods for population health research

Salma Shariff-Marco, PhD, MPH, consulting assistant professor of health research and policy; Laura Allen; Juan Yang; Andrew Hertz; Victoria Gawlik, MPH; Alene Pham; Abby King, PhD, professor of health research and policy and of medicine; Scarlett Gomez, PhD, MPH, associate professor of health research and policy; 

 

LEARNING HEALTH CARE INNOVATION: Ann Lindsay, MD 

Evaluation of a primary-care model for high-risk, high-cost patients

Ann Lindsay, MD, clinical professor of medicine; Mark Cullen, MD, professor of medicine; Donna Zulman, MD, instructor of medicine; Alan Glaseroff, MD, clinical professor of medicine; Kathan Vollrath, MD, MPH, clinical associate professor of medicine; Allison Pitt, graduate student in management science and engineering; Kenny Shum, PhD, statistical data analyst

 

LEARNING HEALTH CARE INNOVATION: Daniel Imler, MD

Implementing electronic clinical decision support to improve emergency care for children

Daniel Imler, MD, clinical assistant professor of surgery and of pediatrics; Paul Sharek, MD, MPH, associate professor of pediatrics; Christopher Longhurst, MD, clinical associate professor of pediatrics and of medicine; James Quinn, MD, professor of surgery; Nancy Ewen Wang, MD, associate professor of surgery

LEARNING HEALTH CARE INNOVATION: Jennifer Newberry, MD

Evaluating the impact of emergency department-based community partnerships to address social determinants of health

Jennifer Newberry, JD, MD, instructor of surgery; Nancy Ewen Wang, MD, associate professor of surgery

 

LEARNING HEALTH CARE INNOVATION: Jonathan Chen, MD, PhD

Closing the learning-health-care system loop: Production and usability testing of a clinical decision support interface powered by expertise data-mined from electronic medical records

Jonathan Chen, MD, PhD, postdoctoral scholar in medical informatics; Russ Altman, MD, PhD, professor of bioengineering, of genetics and of medicine; Mary Goldstein, MD, professor of medicine; Steven Asch, MD, MPH, professor of medicine

LEARNING HEALTH CARE INNOVATION: Lauren Cheung, MD, MBA

Effectiveness of a novel virtual primary care clinic: A population-based study

Sumbul Desai, MD, clinical assistant professor of medicine; Lauren Cheung, MD, MBA, clinical instructor of medicine

LEARNING HEALTH CARE INNOVATION: Natalie Downs, Lauren Puryear, Latha Palaniappan, MD, MS, and Maria Bregendahl, MS

Pioneering genomic medicine at Stanford: Developing a personalized medicine practice

Latha Palaniappan, MD, clinical professor of medicine; Mark Cullen, MD, professor of medicine; and 16 Stanford Medicine co-investigators

 

 

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: Steven Adelsheim, MD, Vicki Harrison, MSW, and Steven Sust, MD

Understanding the Mental Health Needs and Concerns of Youth and Their Parents: An Exploratory Investigation

Steven Sust, MD; Isheeta Zalpuri, MD; Megan Baker, MD; Jonathan Y. Lee, MD, MB; Amy Poon, MD; Rona Hu, MD; Moira Kessler, MD; Shashank V. Joshi, MD; Kate Hardy, Clin.Psych.D;  Vicki Harrison, MSW; Aimee-Noelle Swanson, PhD; June Klein, EdD, MBA, CPA; Thomas Paderna, BS; Sarita Kohli, LMFT, MBA; Linda Lenoir, RN; Brenda Carrillo, LCSW; Brandon Ha; Melina Salvador, MA Brian; Cheung, Chiao-Wen Chen, PhD; Amia Nash; Yuan Hong, BS; Stacy Chiang, JD; Monika Singh, MD; Mary Ojakian, RN; and Steven Adelsheim, MD.

 

BIODESIGN: Emmanuel Garsd, software engineer; Anil Panigrahi, MD, PhD, transfusion medicine fellow; Ben Lubkin, MSME

Development of a novel monitoring system to prevent unnecessary blood product wastage

Barrett Larson, MD, clinical instructor in anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine; Alex Macario, MD, MBA, professor of anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine; Neil Shah, MD, clinical assistant professor of pathology, Ben Lubkin, MS ME

BIODESIGN: Erwan Pannier, mechanical engineering graduate student

A novel device for treating chronic wound infections

Peter Lorenz, MD, professor of surgery (plastic and reconstructive); Juan Rivas-Davila, PhD, assistant professor of electrical engineering; Johan Andreasson, PhD, postdoctoral scholar in genetics; Julie Saiki, MS, graduate student in chemical and systems biology; Luke Raymond, graduate student in electrical engineering; Michael Hu, MD, postdoctoral scholar in plastic and reconstructive surgery

SPARK THERAPEUTICS: Bitna Yi, PhD

Development of receptor agonists as a novel medication for Alzheimer’s disease

Mehrdad Shamloo, PhD, associate professor of neurosurgery; Pooneh Memar Ardestani, MD, PhD, postdoctoral scholar in neurosurgery; Bitna Yi, PhD, postdoctoral scholar in neurosurgery; Alam Jahangir, consultant

 

SPARK THERAPEUTICS: Colleen Craig, MD

Developing a novel therapeutic for treatment of hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia post-bariatric surgery

Tracey McLaughlin, MD, associate professor of medicine; Colleen Craig, MD, postdoctoral scholar in endocrinology

SPADA DIAGNOSTICS: Xuefeng Chen, PhD candidate in mechanical engineering

Microendoscopic sarcomere visualization for the diagnosis, prognosis and monitoring of ALS

Scott Delp, PhD, professor of bioengineering and of mechanical engineering; Mark Schnitzer, PhD, associate professor of biology and of applied physics, Xuefeng Chen, PhD candidate in mechanical engineering

SPARK THERAPEUTICS: Irimpan Mathews, PhD

Developing novel inhibitors for the treatment of tuberculosis and clostridium difficile infection 

Irimpan Mathews, PhD, staff scientist; Irishi Namboothiri, PhD, professor of chemistry at Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay; Amnon Kohen, PhD, professor of chemistry at the University of Iowa

Nadya Andini, PhD

SPARK THERAPEUTICS: Rajiv Gaur, PhD

Repurposing of a pump inhibitor as an immune-enabling anti-tuberculosis drug  (5)

Niaz Banaei, MD, associate professor of pathology and of medicine; Rajiv Gaur, PhD, pathology research associate

BIODESIGN: Livia Yanez, bioengineering PhD candidate

Human zygote mechanical properties predict clinical outcomes: A pilot study

Livia Yanez, PhD bioengineering candidate; Barry Behr, PhD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology; Valerie Baker, MD; David Camarillo, PhD, assistant professor of bioengineering

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: Anu Gorukanti, BS, MS4, and Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD, and Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD

Developing a novel clinic intervention to reduce substance use among detained youth

Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD, Professor of Pediatrics; Malena Ramos, EdM, Project Director; Anu Gorukanti, BS, MS4, research assistant; Maria Roditis, PhD, postdoctoral scholar in adolescent medicine; and Arash Anoshiravani, MD, MPH, clinical assistant professor of pediatrics

SPADA Diagnostics: Maude David, PhD, postdoctoral scholar in pediatric systems medicine

Creating a $150 autism diagnosis 

Dennis Wall, MD, PhD, associate professor of pediatrics; Maude David, postdoctoral scholar in pediatric systems medicine

SPADA DIAGNOSTICS: Peiding Shen and Curt Scharfe, MD, PhD

Multiplex detection and sequencing of the viral repertoire in clinical samples

Curt Scharfe, MD, PhD, senior scientist in biochemistry; Justin Odegaard, MD, PhD, instructor of pathology; Benjamin Pinsky, MD, PhD, assistant professor of pathology and of medicine; Martina Lefterova, MD, PhD, clinical pathology resident; Peidong Shen, PhD, research scientist at Stanford Genome Technology Center

Puja Gupta, PhD

Enhanced versions of the anti-EGFRvIII vaccine reveal a potential new paradigm for antigen recognition and vaccine optimization.

Albert Wong, MD; Puja Gupta, PhD, senior research associate; Anin Sayana, high school student; and Brandon Vu

SPARK THERAPEUTICS: Szu-Yuan Pu, PhD

Next-generation selective AAK1 and GAK inhibitors for combating emerging viral infections

Shirit Einav, MD, assistant professor of medicine and of microbiology and immunology; Mark Smith, PhD, ChEM-H senior research scientist; Vijay Pande, PhD, professor of chemistry