Dr. Clague recieved her B.A. and M.P.H at UC Berkley & her M.D from Stanford. She did her internship at UCSF and completed her radiology residency/fellowship at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Dr. Clague is a fellow ship trained abdominal radiologist. Her current work at Kaiser is in her speciality which includes abdominal and pelvic CT, MRI, ultrasound and whole body PET/CT imaging. Dr. Clague loves abdominal imaging because abdominal pain is often a very nonspecific clinical finding, so that imaging often plays a significant role in diagnosing and treating patients. Dr. Clague enjoys being able to make diagnoses that help clinicians better manage patients.
A note from Dr. Clague:
"I was myself a student at Stanford and loved Anatomy. It was while I was an anatomy TA that I was introduced to radiology as a specialty. The overlap between anatomy and imaging is very strong for me - I can’t imagine someone loving radiology that didn’t love anatomy! I found radiology a natural fit for me - I am a very visual person and able to see things in the imaging planes. I came to teaching from a desire to share this view of radiology with students in the first year anatomy course. I wanted them to see how they could translate this anatomy knowledge from the course to seeing those same structures in the living patients through imaging."
Dr. Angeles is a lecturer at the Division of Clinical Anatomy, Department of Surgery at Stanford School of Medicine. He received his M.D. from Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia – Peru, completed his OB/GYN training at Hospital Cayetano Heredia – Peru, and obtained a Master’s Degree in Public Health with concentration in Health Education from San Jose State University. He has taught Anatomy and Physiology at various Community Colleges around the Bay Area and University of California Berkeley.
Since joining the Division, he enjoys teaching Clinical Anatomy to Medical and Undergraduate students, and Physiology to Physician Assistant students. His main interests include guiding students through cadaver dissections, teaching surgically relevant anatomy, and using digital resources such as 3D models and virtual reality.
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.
Lauren A. Toomer studied art and anatomy while obtaining her MFA in Art Practice at Stanford University. She received a BA from the University of California, Berkeley, summa cum laude. Toomer has lectured at Stanford since 2015 and remains committed to advancing the ﬁeld of medical humanities and visual art. She has a full-time joint lecturing appointment at Stanford University. She lectures in the Departments of Art and Art History, Surgery, and Anesthesiology at Stanford University. Additionally, Toomer was invited to join and serve as a member of the School of Medicine’s Art Committee. She also maintains a dedicated studio practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. Artworks created by Toomer are on permanent display at the Redwood City, Fair Oaks Health Center, the Kaiser Permanente boardroom in California.
Some of Toomer’s speaking engagements include the SF Gov Art Commission Gallery, Anderson Collection, and the American Association of Clinical Anatomists. Highlights of Toomer’s exhibition history include the director’s ofﬁces at SFMOMA, San Jose Tech Museum, Art on Paper Miami, and SCOPE NY. Toomer was also the recipient of the Theresa Hak Kyung Cha Fellowship from the Berkeley Art Museum and Paciﬁc Film Archive, and the Drawing of Excellence Award.
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!
Anatomy Scholar / Research Assistant
Mason Gonzalez graduated from Stanford University in 2022 with a B.S in Human Biology, and a concentration in Neurobiology.
At Stanford, Mason was a member of the Stanford Pain Management Center, studying the effects of rTMS therapies on neurological pain disorders. He also worked with the Stanford Huntington's Disease Outreach Project, a student-run organization that focuses on making information about Huntington's Disease accessible to the general public. He was also a member of the Varsity Swimming and Diving team at Stanford, and a team captain his senior year.
As an Anatomy Scholar, he hopes to focus his research into neuroanatomy. Mason also plans to attend medical school in 2023, with a focus in neuroscience and/or radiology. In his free time, he enjoys sketching, reading, and vintage shopping.