OFDD Liaisons

Who are the OFDD Liaisons? The OFDD Liaisons are appointed by School of Medicine Clinical Department Chairs to serve as departmental representatives that liaise between the Chairs, members of their specific department, and the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity to assist with faculty concerns, ideas and the advancement of excellence at Stanford School of Medicine.

Appointed Liaisons


Felipe De Jesus Perez

Clinical Assistant Professor Anesthesiology

Pedro Tanaka

Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology

Cardiothoracic Surgery

Jason Irwin

Director of Finance and Administration

Comparative Medicine

José Vilches-Moure

Assistant Professor of Comparative Medicine


Eleni Linos

Professor of Dermatology

Emergency Medicine

Al’ai Alvarez

Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine

Caitlin O'Brien

Academic Affairs Manager, Emergency Medicine


VJ Periyakoil

Associate Professor of Medicine


Reena Thomas

Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology


Odette Harris

Professor of Neurosurgery

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Ylayaly Katherine Bianco

Clinical Associate Professor


Caroline Mendoza-Fisher

Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthalmology

Bryant Wong

Director of Finance and Administration

Orthopaedic Surgery

Steven Frick

Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery


Jason Irwin

Director of Finance and Administration


Florette (Kim) Gray Hazard

Associate Professor of Pathology

Teri Longacre

Professor of Surgical Pathology


Carmin Powell

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Eric Sibley

Professor of Pediatric Gastroenterology

Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Carolyn Rodriguez

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Radiation Oncology

Iris Gibbs

Professor of Radiation Oncology


Heike Daldrup-Link

Professor of Radiology


Sherry Wren

Professor of Surgery


Ekene Enemchukwu

Assistant Professor of Urology

Shahla Haider

Director of Finance and Administration

CME course on Unconscious Bias in Medicine

OFDD developed this free CME activity which provides education on unconscious bias in the academic medicine workplace.