The AV Tech team at Stanford Medicine
Mark is a technology leader with experience at Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, Universal Studios, executive consulting, higher education and startups. Mark holds a MBA with emphasis in technology and finance the University of Southern California. As the Director of Academic and Instructional Technology at Stanford Medicine, Mark leads and evangelizes the adoption and integration of technology to enable digital collaboration, education, and communication across enterprise.
Tain is an educator and information technology leader with experience in project & service management, new media, games for learning & gamification, higher education, and technological research and innovation. He has taught at Stanford University, Arizona State University, the Art Institutes and Northern Arizona University, and holds an MA in English creative writing and an MS in information technology management from ASU's WP Carey School of Business.
Robert Del Visco
& Support Specialist
Robert joined Stanford Medicine in 2011 and provides AV consultation services to partner groups while leading the design, installation and support of full room AV systems in multiple buildings on Stanford's Palo Alto and Redwood City campuses. Robert also fully supports a variety of advanced technology applications for the Center for Immersive and Simulation Based Learning.
& Support Specialist
For over 11 years, Art has provided support for all our technology, including computers, audio and visual equipment, lecture capture, and video conferencing in our learning and meeting spaces, and the Dean’s office. He also provides training for staff and our student workers.
& AV Specialist
Minmin has 20+ years of classroom technologies experience at Stanford Medicine, providing classroom computing, application solutions, lecture capture systems, and Audio/Visual service operations & support. Minmin holds an MS in Library and Information Science from the University of Maryland at College Park and is certified professionals of Apple and Microsoft.
Justin provides immediate response, evaluation, and assistance for a wide-range of hardware & peripheral configurations, software solutions, and network infrastructure. Justin is also co-administrator of IRT digital signage, providing oversight, installation, and training services.
Zack has experience with audio and live sound and holds a B.S. in Digital Audio Technology from Cogswell Polytechnical College and B.A. in Communications from Arizona State University. He provides day to day support for rooms and spaces within the School of Medicine.
Calvin supports the lecture capture and Immersive Learning Center (ILC) infrastructure. Prior to joining Stanford University, he worked in various capacities in the private sector such as storage and system administration, abuse, and data center operations.