Current Students

Alex Lee

Alex is a resident physician and clinician investigator fellow from the University of British Columbia Department of Surgery. 


His experience in and outside the operating room has sparked an interest in surgical innovation and big data analysis. His research interests have included human factors in the operating room, alternative models of surgical care delivery, and most recently, quality measurement in emergency general surgery.

While he partakes in the MCiM program, Alex will be pursuing clinical research as part of the clinician investigator program. He will be investigating the relevance and application of a new failure-to-rescue metric in surgery while also learning how technology can be leveraged to implement innovative solutions to timely and relevant quality measurement. In his journey to become a surgeon-scientist, he is excited to join the diverse cohort of MCiM peers. In his free time, Alex enjoys playing tennis, martial arts, and exploring new restaurants wherever he goes.

Andrew Berneshawi

Andrew is an MD student at Stanford University School of Medicine, focusing on the intersection of mental health, digital health, 


and artificial intelligence. Born and raised in New Jersey, he completed a BA in Psychology at Emory University before working in a virology and immunology lab at Princeton University. There, he specialized in creating mouse models for vaccine research by surgically engrafting human tissue into mice.

At Stanford, Andrew has collaborated with NASA Ames and the Byers Eye Institute's Center for Optic Disc Drusen. He has been pioneering the use of eye movements as diagnostic tools and developing virtual reality solutions for managing glaucoma remotely. He also served as the Social Chair for the Stanford Medical Student Association, enhancing community and peer engagement.

In his free time, Andrew is passionate about weight training, producing content for his YouTube channel, cultivating unusual plants, and staying updated with the latest technological advancements.

Balaji Anna

Balaji is a digital health product advisor and builder. He currently serves as a Managing Director at EY Parthenon, the strategy


consulting practice within EY,where he advises his clients on building digital health ventures from zero to one. Most recently, Balaji has advised his Life Science clients on developing products for clinical trials and chronic care disease management. As a builder, in the corporate setting, Balaji has built and launched three products that went from zero to $50M in annual revenue.

As the next S-curve in his career, Balaji aspires to transition from a corporate intrapreneur and advisor to an entrepreneur. At Stanford, Balaji is eager to learn how to apply AI/ML, Deep Learning and Generative AI to build copilot for patients, care givers, and care teams to reimagine care for chronic care conditions.

Britt Morales

Britt has twelve years of experience as a clinical nurse and has recently gained experience as a clinical informatics manager. 


She holds a BSN from Samuel Merritt University. Her clinical experience includes Neonatal ICU, Operating Room, and Primary Care. In her clinical role, she has improved workflows by helping implement an EHR, acting as a subject matter expert in a space planning project, working with the hospital supply chain department to enhance supply procurement, and partnering with an IT project manager to deploy a patient education application. As a clinical informatics manager, she has led informatics projects at the departmental and organizational levels. During these projects, she has witnessed how better clinical informatics systems can allow clinicians to focus their energy on more impactful areas, improving clinician satisfaction and patient outcomes. In her free time, Britt loves attending concerts, running, cycling, swimming in the open water, and volunteering on medical missions

Brittany Wang

Brittany is the Chief of Staff of Technology at Amgen. She is a key member of the team driving Amgen’s Technology Strategy to


be at the forefront of medical innovation, focusing on disease with high unmet medical need.

Since joining Amgen in 2017 as a data scientist, Brittany has served in a variety of technical positions enabling the digital transformation of core business processes across the drug development lifecycle. She is a decorated Agile Practitioner who is enthusiastic about mobilizing dreamers to build the right things, the right way, for healthcare organizations.

As a lifelong patient, Brittany is firm believer in movement as medicine. A nationally ranked springboard diver for over a decade, she dove in the 2012 FINA World Cup Trials. For the past 5 years, she taught Jazzercise across Southern California & Texas. Today, she is an avid dancer, traveling the world and building community through fun.

Brittany graduated from Harvard with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Developmental & Regenerative Biology.

Byron Crowe

Byron is a hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School and serves as the Chief


Medical Officer at Solera Health, a healthcare technology company focused on creating high-value care models in digital health. At Solera, he leads the clinical team in creating a comprehensive virtual-first clinical ecosystem combining evidence-based disease management programs alongside virtual specialty clinics, all powered by Solera’s best-in-class HALO technology platform. The company’s clients currently include major regional and national health plans, as well as a new strategic partnership with Aon, a Fortune 300 employee benefits consultancy.

Byron has spoken nationally and internationally on strategies to improve healthcare through better quality, technology and design, and his work has been featured in JAMA, BMJ Quality & Safety, and Modern Healthcare. Additionally, he works closely within the Society for General Internal Medicine where he currently co-chairs the Clinical Practice Committee and is leading development of the society’s position on the value of generative AI in internal medicine. He is a graduate of Emory University School of Medicine and completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Colorado. In his free time, he enjoys triathlon, mountaineering and space history.

Cathy Sun

Cathy is an ophthalmologist, glaucoma surgeon, and clinician-scientist with a passion for data-driven research and digital 


health innovation. She is an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and is currently on a National Eye Institute K23 Career Development Award focused on informatics and clinical trial design. One of her research goals is to improve clinical outcomes by integrating clinical trials with routine patient care to prospectively conduct studies using electronic health record-based methods, such as registry-based randomized controlled trials.

Cathy graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Biological Sciences, followed by a research year at the National Institutes of Health before earning her medical degree from UCSF. She completed an internship in internal medicine at California Pacific Medical Center, residency in ophthalmology at UCSF, and glaucoma fellowship at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, FL , where she was selected as a Heed Fellow. Outside of her professional pursuits, she enjoys pottery-making, gardening, and spending time outdoors running and hiking.

Emilee Williams

Emilee is a healthcare technologist for Stanford Health Care where she creates strategic partnerships and collaborates with 


cross-departments to analyze and streamline processes through deploying enhanced technology solutions. She has recently graduated from Stanford Graduate School of Business – LEAD program and holds a BA in Finance from Boise State University.

Drawing from a decade of firsthand experience navigating the complexities of the medical system amidst personal health challenges, in conjunction with over 20 years of her professional background in financial services, technical consulting and involvement in the healthcare sector fuels her enthusiasm to explore innovation that enables enhanced patient care and health equity.

She is excited about the opportunity to join the MCiM program, collaborating with fellow students and faculty to make meaningful contributions to improving healthcare. In her free time, she enjoys working out, reading/podcasts, gardening, and new adventures. You can also find her coaching track and field for the Special Olympics.

Eva Hellman

Eva is a medical device professional with an interest in harnessing technology and data to improve patient outcomes. 


She is currently the Senior Manager of Clinical Affairs at Haemonetics, where she focuses on developing and implementing pre- and post-market clinical study strategies for the company's suite of products across the plasma, blood center, and hospital business units. Previously, Eva was the Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance Manager at the startup Promaxo, resulting in the FDA clearance of a low-field MRI system designed for use in prostate interventions. Earlier in her career, Eva worked as a consultant with multiple early-stage companies on regulatory, quality, and clinical projects and also spent a period on staff at Stanford Biodesign.

Eva holds a BS in Biology from Stanford and is excited to return to the Farm for MCiM. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors in the Bay Area and beyond with her family and friends.

Gloria Ye

Gloria is a Bay Area native, an Army veteran, and UC Berkeley grad. Prior to graduating, they spent 6 months abroad in Shanghai, 


China participating in an immersive language summer program and embarked on solo adventures to JeJu Island, Yellow Mountain in Anhui, Hong Kong, Macau, and Harbin for its international ice festival. When their visa expired, they returned to the states and spent a few years in tech before transitioning to healthcare.

Their path into healthcare has been far from conventional, but the right pieces have come together at the right time and place, allowing them to gain the experience and knowledge to pursue her goal of becoming a physician entrepreneur and leader. While working full time in tech, they cobbled together a DIY post-bac, taking pre-med courses through UC Berkeley / San Diego Extension, Stanford, and local community colleges. Over the years, they’ve volunteered as a scribe, shadowed physicians in a variety of specialties, spearheaded an award-winning data-driven integrative behavioral health program at a safety-net clinic, and led numerous EHR implementations for small to enterprise-sized primary care and specialty clinics nationwide. Most recently, they are a COMET fellow at Stanford on a fully-funded scholarship, scribing and doing research at a first of its kind pediatric clinic, studying post-infectious neuropsychiatric disorders from an interdisciplinary rheumatological and psychiatric lens.

In their spare time, they find joy in simple pleasures like swimming, spending time with their beloved English cream golden retriever, attempting to play Taylor Swift songs on the ukulele, planning prospective adventures, belting out tunes at karaoke with friends, and indulging in their love for Disney and Broadway. When they are not playing the Broadway lottery to score tickets, they, as an Airbnb host, cherish the opportunity to connect with and create unforgettable experiences for all who choose to stay in their home. They are thrilled to join MCiM Class of 2025.

Jeannie Yejin Jeong

Jeannie grew up in Yong-in, South Korea, and pursued her undergraduate degree at Vanderbilt University, where she graduated 


with a B.A. in Psychology and Cognitive Science. Following this, Jeannie joined the Stanford Healthcare AI Applied Research Team (HEA3RT), where she works as a research associate to study and support the implementation of AI technologies in healthcare settings. She is particularly interested in leveraging digital innovation to address the health issues faced by community members, encompassing both physical and mental health, to build an improved and more equitable health system. In her free time, she enjoys urban/hip-hop dancing, cooking, and video editing. She is excited to join the diverse MCiM community to learn and grow with peers.

Jinglu Wang

Jinglu is an innovative leader who has worked in the healthcare industry for more than 15 years as a consultant specializing in improving patient 


access and revenue cycle efficiency. She has worked on large-scale implementations at Cornell University’s hospital system, Stanford University’s hospital system, and at Fortune 500 companies.

Jinglu is passionate about using technology to reduce disparities in healthcare and improve outcomes for patients, in particular in the field of precision oncology.

Jonah Bryan

Jonah is a Chattanooga, Tennessee native who made his way to the University of California, San Diego in 2020 to 


pursue his passion for the intersection of mental health and technology, and to play Division 1 soccer for the Tritons. While at UCSD, Jonah engaged in independent research at UCSD’s Design Lab where he co-led a project focused on understanding social media interaction pattern data and how that data may be used to inform diagnosis of social media addiction. Jonah also volunteered for the Center for Humane Technology’s “Foundations of Humane Technology” course community, where he led an affinity group titled “Humane Technology for Students Mental Health”.

Jonah graduated from UCSD in 2022 with a B.S. in Cognitive Science with a specialization in human-computer interaction. His undergraduate studies and vision for leveraging passive smartphone and wearable data to make mental health diagnosis and intervention more objective led him to his work at KeyWise AI. While at KeyWise, he worked as a product designer, transitioned into a product development role, and was later promoted to product manager upon graduation. Jonah’s long-term goals include managing a suite of digital therapeutics while simultaneously serving as a clinician to psychiatric and behavioral health patients.

While pursuing MCiM, Jonah plans to continue building his company, Sips Health, whose goal is to help binge drinkers sip more sustainably. When he isn’t working, Jonah enjoys surfing, attempting to improve his golf game and Ironman time, working with and coaching kids through sport, and exploring California’s natural beauty with his friends. He’s grateful for the opportunity to be at Stanford surrounded by like-minded individuals motivated to make an impact on healthcare across the world.

Kristina McCaw

Kristina is a physician entrepreneur dedicated to addressing healthcare disparities and promoting inclusivity 


through innovative solutions. She serves as the Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Kydella, a gender-inclusive vulvovaginal wellness platform designed to destigmatize conversations about vaginal and sexual health. Kristina is deeply committed to gender-inclusive healthcare, addressing racial and gender disparities, and advocating for culturally competent and accessible care.

Originally from Jamaica, Kristina earned her medical degree from the University of the West Indies. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at Morehouse School of Medicine and currently works as a Hospitalist. Kristina is enthusiastic about collaborating with fellow innovators to tackle complex healthcare challenges and champion a more inclusive and accessible healthcare future.

In her free time, she enjoys family, acting, painting, food and travel.

Kyle Chang

Kyle has over a decade of experience working and operating within multiple facets of the healthcare industry. 


From co-founding a digital health startup to his product management role at a primary and multi-specialty care clinic, Kyle possesses a unique set of skills that allows him to view the healthcare industry from multiple lenses. Kyle currently serves as a Data Reporting and Analytics Consultant for Kaiser Permanente focusing on leading data strategy for Maui Health System.

Growing up in Hawai’i, Kyle has developed a passion for the health and wellness of his lāhui (community). He understands the unique financial and geographical challenges that limit the people of Hawai’i from living their healthiest life in paradise. He assumes the kuleana (responsibilities) of his community and is committed to transforming Hawai’i’s healthcare ecosystem. He is passionate about utilizing data, human-centered design, and indigenous cultural practices, to help develop and scale innovative technological advancements within the communities he serves. He envisions Hawai’i as a pivotal testing ground for pioneering new technologies with global impact.

His background includes early-stage ventures, product management and human centered design, digital health strategy, data analytics, and clinical informatics. He has a wide range of skills in utilizing tools such as: Adobe Illustrator/xD, Epic, Figma, Oracle SQL Developer, Power Bi, and SAS.

Kyle received a B.A. in Management Information Systems from Washington State University, Cum Laude. With a robust background in data analytics and clinical informatics, Kyle plans to lead the change in digital transformation and is excited to leverage his skills and experiences to help cultivate a new way of thinking and pioneer a healthier, tech-enabled ecosystem. He is particularly interested in health data and analytics, the application of artificial intelligence in medicine, remote patient monitoring, and clinical integration.

Lana Henthorn

Lana is an accomplished leader with expertise in the dynamic fields of medicine, business, and technology. 


Leveraging the experience she has acquired from various leadership roles in Biotechnology and at Stanford University, she has effectively overseen large teams, managed robust fund portfolios, and instituted strategic business initiatives. Lana has spearheaded the implementation of cutting-edge digital tools intended to enhance operational effectiveness and employee satisfaction. Currently serving as the Senior Administrative Division Director at Stanford University's Department of Pediatrics, she is the head of finance and operations for 150 employees and three physician groups.

Lana is committed to promoting equity and inclusion and has championed innovative human resources practices, including developing mentorship programs for the underrepresented in medicine.

Currently, Lana is part of a new leadership team charged with creating a new service line and Division of Quality of Life and Pediatric Palliative Care at Stanford Medicine Children's Health and Stanford University.

Born and raised in Silicon Valley, she began her healthcare career at 16, working in pharmacies and volunteering at a local hospital. Lana holds a BS in Molecular Biology with a minor in Chemistry from San Jose State University.

Lana holds the philosophy of lifelong learning and is joining MCiM to make a more significant impact in the future of medicine.

Tony Ferro

Born and raised in Kansas City, Tony grew up with two parents who were both pharmacists. Ater high school, Tony eventually  


matriculated to the United States Naval Academy where he earned his B.S. in Chemistry. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as an officer in the United States Navy and selected to serve as a pilot. In June of 2005, he reported to Naval Air Station Pensacola and began what became a ten-year career as a pilot and officer in the United States Navy. During that time, he amassed over 2500 flight hours, flew more 60 combat missions in support of Operation Iraqi freedom, and led multiple test flights in support of DOD, NASA, and private enterprise test projects. Once honorably discharged from the Naval service, he earned his MBA from UCLA and then pursued a career in program management. Initially, he worked at Snap Inc. (the maker of social medial application Snapchat) for 4 years before finding his way to Amgen,Inc. At Amgen, he is the operations program manager for Maridebart Cafraglutide, Amgen’s investigational drug to treat obesity. He has been at Amgen four years now and believes he has found a permanent home within healthcare as he strives to support patients

Karina Picazo

Karina is a dedicated registered nurse at Stanford Health Care bringing a broad spectrum of experiences from her 9-year career in 


the healthcare industry. With a diverse skill set, Karina has worked in various settings, from a primary care clinic to more specialized fields such as forensic nursing. Her hands-on experience extends to providing personalized, bedside care for patients with lung transplants. Committed to progressing her professional knowledge, she holds two national certifications and utilizes her expertise to contribute to shared governance, advocating for evidence-based research within the Practice and Education Council.

Resourceful and driven, Karina is a strong advocate for health equity. Her devotion and passion are reflected through her joint leadership of Stanford Health Care’s LatinX & Allies Employee Resource Group, where she strives to bridge the gap in healthcare access and promote diversity.

In a rapidly evolving industry, she is intensely excited by the convergence of business, medicine, and technology, and their capacity to revolutionize healthcare and the potential to transform patient outcomes. Propelled by her goal to enhance and tailor the patient's healthcare experience, she envisions transforming the conventional, limiting modalities of healthcare into a more inclusive, patient-centered approach that can bring about substantial, positive changes for patients.

Away from the bustle of her professional life, Karina finds balance in practicing hot yoga, exploring different corners of the world, and cherishing time with her family.

Mike Hughes

Mike is an endocrinologist and NIH/NIDDK-funded clinical investigator who specializes in the use 


advanced diabetes technologies in various clinical settings, including in hospitals. He is passionate about the data these systems generate and how this data can be used to improve healthcare decision-making and patient care. He collaborates with the interdisciplinary Inpatient Diabetes Task Force team to tackle inpatient diabetes management challenges. He spearheaded development of a protocol at Stanford Healthcare that now empowers patients to utilize readings from their continuous glucose monitors for inpatient insulin dosing, while maintaining oversight of ongoing sensor accuracy. He was also involved in the development, implementation, and conduct of the multi-institutional Automated Insulin Delivery for INpatients with DysGlycemia (AIDING) Feasibility Study, which explored the application of a commercial automated insulin delivery system in the inpatient environment, laying foundational infrastructure for future explorations of automated insulin delivery in the hospital, such as the forthcoming AIDING RCT and his K23 project. He works closely within the Stanford Automated Insulin Delivery lab, participating as an investigator in clinical trials that examine new advancements in automated insulin delivery and diabetes technologies. Additionally, he co-leads the "Guided Transfer" initiative, a structured process developed to optimize the transition of patients with diabetes from pediatric to adult clinics.

Robert Lin

Robert is a dedicated physician and Biodesign coach who is passionate about enhancing health equity through 


technological innovations. His work centers on developing scalable healthcare solutions and boosting individual health literacy. Robert is currently spearheading the development of an automated drug delivery system aimed at improving survival rates for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest cases. He has also mentored over 20 teams at the TMU Biodesign Center, helping them tackle diverse challenges in the healthcare innovation process.

Before his tenure as a clinician, Robert contributed to a diabetes digital health company, focusing on optimizing product design, crafting disease-specific solutions, and strategizing reimbursement approaches. He also led a nationally funded research project on dementia friendliness in Taiwan.

Originally from Taiwan, Robert earned his Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from Taipei Medical University. He completed his general medicine residency and is now an attending physician at Taipei Medical University Hospital. Robert is excited to join the MCiM program. He looks forward to collaborating with fellow scholars to drive forward a more equitable healthcare future.

Remi Turley

Remi is a healthcare technology leader. She started her career at Epic as an engineer focused on patient access 


for academic medical centers in Connecticut, Texas, and Utah and international health systems in Singapore and United Arab Emirates. She currently works for Stanford Health Care in Technology & Digital Solutions, managing teams responsible for revenue cycle technology and innovation.

Remi grew up internationally, spending time in Japan, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Idaho, and Boston. She earned a BS in applied mathematics with an emphasis in computer science. She is committed to leveraging her technical background and experience with healthcare systems to make a positive impact on the healthcare industry.

In her free time, Remi enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and reading.

Richard Bailey

Rich is thrilled to join the MCiM class of 2025. With over two decades immersed in the healthcare sector,


he brings a wealth of passion and experience focused on leading EMR implementation and optimization initiatives, championing marginalized population health advocacy work, and improving health system governance. He’s worn many hats throughout his journey, transitioning seamlessly from analyst to leadership roles within numerous large health systems.

Prior to working in digital health and EMRs, Rich entered the healthcare space working in retail pharmacy before transitioning to working in pharmaceutical robotic implementations. He earned a Bachelor's in Business Administration with an emphasis on project management and gained his Six Sigma Greenbelt. Focusing on leadership and organizational development, he earned a Master of Science in Human Resources Development and Organizational Leadership at Drexel University.

Rich is currently leading a digital health transformation for San Mateo County Health and recently completed his term serving as the Chair of the Board of Directors for Envision:You, an LGBTQ+ mental health and substance abuse advocacy non-profit based in Denver, Colorado.

Rich plans to absorb, collaborate, and grow through MCiM and alongside his colleagues to drive meaningful change to the global healthcare system.

Riley Nisbet

Riley is a Product Manager at Microsoft where he is defining next generation Digital Twin cloud platforms from



incubation to product-market fit. Digital Twins have far-reaching implications in resource optimization, human augmentation, and simulation across most industries, but Riley is most passionate about its intersection with the healthcare industry - from streamlining clinical operations across providers to enabling hyper-scale telemedicine. Riley ultimately aspires to bring technology into clinical settings to empower clinicians with actionable medical insights and to make quality care accessible to people in every corner of the world.

Before Microsoft, Riley graduated from Duke University with majors in Electrical & Computer Engineering and Computer Science. In his free time, Riley loves running, surfing, backpacking and exploring other cultures.

Roxanne Ohayon

Roxanne is a biotechnology professional passionate about health equity and clinical trial diversity 


with experience in strategy and operations, science communications, and early-stage startups. She is currently a Senior Associate in Commercial Data and Analytics at Amgen where she leads market research and insights generation for oncology brands to inform strategy, including initiatives related to patient access and persistence.  

Previously, Roxanne was on the Representation in Clinical Research (RISE) team at Amgen, dedicated to improving the global diversity and proportional representation of patients from historically underrepresented groups in clinical trials. She worked closely with R&D and medical leadership to develop and execute strategic diversity plans for clinical trial and early pipeline programs. She led collaboration and partnerships with external stakeholders across industry, medical organizations, and non-profits to drive initiatives for physician scientist education and community engagement, to begin to build trust and improve health literacy in underserved and marginalized communities. She also pioneered development of medical resources that highlight racial health disparities and the importance of proportional representation in clinical trials to ensure equitable, quality care for all.  

During her time in MCiM, Roxanne aims to explore innovative and precision medicine-based approaches to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare. Particularly, she hopes to optimize the clinical trial and healthcare treatment delivery system: improving the way patients learn about and participate in clinical trials and ensuring that all patients are connected to the right treatment at the right time.

Roxanne graduated from UCLA with a B.S. in Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics and a minor in Iranian Studies. Prior to Amgen, Roxanne worked as a science writer for Stanford Medicine and as a researcher within UCLA’s Department of Neurobiology. She is a California native who loves the outdoors, painting, and spending time with her loved ones and her dachshund puppy, Satoshi.

Sanjay Raisoni

Sanjay is a board certified internist with a focus in metabolic and obesity medicine. He was born and raised in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. 


Sanjay embodies the resilient spirit of his hometown.

Sanjay is a graduate of NEOMED, a distinguished medical university focused on primary care in Ohio. He has research affiliations and has collaborated with esteemed institutions such as the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and Columbia University Medical Center. He completed residency at Mt Sinai affiliate Richmond University Medical Center. He is a member of the American College of Physicians, Society of Hospital Medicine, and California Medical Society.

His philosophy in medicine is embodied in Francis Peabody’s statement, “ the secret of the care of the patient is in caring for the patient.” Driven by an unyielding commitment to revolutionize healthcare, he endeavors to empower his peers and enhance the quality of patient care with every step of the way. He envisions harnessing technology to enhance the doctor patient relationship. His infectious enthusiasm for efficiency and expertise is evident from the reviews from his patients and peers.

Sanjay is an explorer who approaches the world with curiosity and optimism. He enjoys adventure travel, concerts, music festivals, and comedy shows. He is a creative soul who also enjoys the arts, cinema, and of course reading. He is also a force to reckon with as he enjoys competitive sports like tennis, basketball, and golf. In his world, the future shines bright with endless possibilities and every interaction is a chance to spread joy and kindness.

Sinjin Lee

Sinjin is an electrophysiology trained cardiologist with more than 20 years of direct clinical experience caring for patients. He is currently a partner at 


Southern California Permanente Medical Group serving as a subject matter expert and as an Electronic Health Records (EHR) champion while leading the optimization efforts for message workflow operations. He is committed to staying at the forefront of advancements in cardiology and information technology, ensuring seamless integration of technology to improve patient outcomes. In his spare time, he volunteers as a cardiology faculty at UCSD student run free clinic.

His interests include application of machine learning algorithms to not only enhance diagnostic accuracy in medical conditions but also to advance early detection for more precise and proactive medical care. From an operational perspective, his passion lies in the validation and utilization of large language models to improve EHR clinical decision support to minimize physician burnout and improve provider work efficiency.

In addition to medicine, Sinjin enjoys swimming, fabricating stained glass, and travelling around the world.

Stephanie Guerin

Stephanie is almost through her 7th year with Tesla, and is currently on the Solar Hardware design team as a Staff Process Engineer. 


During her time with the company, she has played a part in the launch of both the Model 3 and the Model Y vehicles, as well as the development of some of their Solar products in roles such as: process engineering, manufacturing engineering, technical program management, and engineering management. Getting the opportunity to explore these different roles has allowed her to understand the business from many perspectives, and to appreciate the balancing act it takes make a team, product, and company successful. Over the years, she has developed a love for using data to uncover truths and is looking to put these skills toward a passion I feel truly drawn to, improving our healthcare system.

Vishnu Srinivasan

Vishnu has worked in various product and business development roles across digital health, diagnostics and pharmaceuticals at


Roche and Novartis. Currently, he is a Product Manager at Roche, where he leads a cross-functional team to build new remote patient management solutions.

He is passionate about innovation in healthcare and has established a number of partnership deals with startups for Roche. He is also a mentor at SkyDeck, UC Berkeley’s startup accelerator.

Vishnu holds a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Imperial College London and a master’s degree in molecular health sciences from ETH Zurich. He was born in India and grew up in the UK, Switzerland, Singapore and the Philippines.