Julia Ransohoff, MD (H/O)

Julia Ransohoff



A Bay Area native, Julia completed her undergraduate studies in stem cell biology at Harvard University, then returned to the west coast for medical school at Stanford. During medical school, she was a Howard Hughes fellow in the laboratory of Paul Khavari, MD, PhD where she studied regulators of epidermal differentiation, and also worked with Nigam Shah, MBBS, PhD, using computational approaches to profile novel chemotherapeutic toxicities from online patient health forums. She completed residency training at Stanford as a member of the Translational Investigator Program prior to beginning fellowship training in hematology and oncology at Stanford, with an interest in women’s health, breast oncology, and familial cancer syndromes. During fellowship, she aims to further her translational research interests in cancer genetics and informatics, building models to facilitate outcomes predictions and support clinical decision-making through the multi-modal data integration of tumor and germline sequencing, electronic health record, clinical trial, and social media data.