Stanford Engineering | Computer Science
Fei-Fei Li, PhD
Co-Director, Partnership in AI-Assisted Care
Co-Director, Stanford Human-Centered AI Institute
Professor of Computer Science
Fei-Fei is currently the Co-Director of the Human-Centered AI Institute, a Stanford University Institute to advance AI research, education, policy and practice to benefit humanity, by bringing together interdisciplinary scholarship across the university.
Doctoral Student, Computer Science - Joined September 2022
Tiange is a PhD student in Computer Science and is currently rotating with Prof. Fei-Fei Li. His research interests include 3D vision, deep learning, and AI for healthcare.
Graduate Student, Computer Science - Joined January 2023
David is a Master's student at Stanford University. His research interests broadly spans from machine learning in healthcare to graph mining, with an emphasis on interpretable machine learning, graph neural networks and multi-modality learning.
Graduate Student, Computer Science - Joined April 2022
Eva is a computer science master's student on the AI track at Stanford interested in the human-centered, ethical applications of computer vision and visual recognition to healthcare spaces.
Graduate Student, Computer Science and Physics - Joined 2021
Rob is currently working towards his Master's in Computer Science degree at Stanford University, focusing on Transferrable Representations, Meta-Learning, and Reinforcement Learning. His long-term goal is to improve the flexibility and applicability of machine-learned knowledge, supercharging the capabilities of cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence.
Undergraduate Student, Computer Science - Joined April 2022
Chris is interested in physics, computer science, mathematics, and biochemistry with previous experience in institutional and independent research, Computer-Aided Design, visual design, robotics, and computer programming under multiple languages.
Undergraduate Student, Computer Science - Joined April 2022
Undergraduate Student, Computer Science - Joined September 2022
Shreyas intends on using artificial intelligence and machine learning to better the world. Shreyas is the founder of Community AI that helps high and middle school students to unleash the power of AI for social good. He also worked on several independent research projects to help the community and the environment using artificial intelligence. For his work, he has received several national and international awards and recognition. Earlier he worked for the PORTAL group at Harvard Medical School as a member of Research Science Institute (RSI). His research there focussed on quantifying the impact of EHR-Discontinuity on prediction modeling algorithms.
Co-Director Partnership in AI-Assisted Care, Director Clinical Excellence Research Center
Dr. Milstein is a Professor of Medicine at Stanford and directs the University’s Clinical Excellence Research Center. The Center engages faculty from Health, Computer, and Social Sciences in the discovery and replication of innovative health care delivery methods that safely lower per capita health care spending for excellent care.
Clinical PI (PAC), Director of Industry Partnership and Education (CERC), Director Master of Science in Clinical Informatics Management (MCiM)
Dr. Schulman was appointed as Professor of Medicine, Associate Chair of Business Development and Strategy in the Department of Medicine, Director of Industry Partnerships and Education for the Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC) at the Stanford University School of Medicine, and, by courtesy, Professor of Economics at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business in June, 2018. He is the Founding Faculty Director of the Master of Science in Clinical Informatics Management (MCiM) Program in the Stanford School of Medicine.
Dr. Paul Tang is Adjunct Professor at the Clinical Excellence Research Center at Stanford University and a practicing internist at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation. Most recently, he was Vice President, Chief Health Transformation
Officer at IBM Watson Health, responsible for applying artificial intelligence technologies to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities.
Swati DiDonato, MD. MBA
Dr. DiDonato is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Stanford School of Medicine. She is the co-lead of Stanford's Value Based Care Academy, serves as Stanford's MD/MBA career advisor, and has worked with a variety of companies focused on bringing the latest technology to healthcare.
Vittavat (Tor) Termglinchan
Dr. Vittavat (Tor) Termglinchan is an Instructor at the Clinical Excellence Research Center at Stanford University. He is very passionate about elderly care and health innovations to better the care of older adults and to reduce caregiver burden. He will utilize his expertise to conduct translational research on using computer vision technology to continuously detect seniors’ behaviors and provide the corresponding descriptive analytics.
Research Operations Manager
Tracy is a 15+ year administrative veteran for the Stanford School of Medicine. She started at the Lane Medical Library and is currently with the Clinical Excellence Research Center.
Clinical Partners & Healthcare Professionals
Albert Haque, 2015-20.
Serena Yeung, 2013-18.
Ruta Suhas Joshi, 2021-2022
Zijing "Christie" Di, 2021-2022
Bingxian Chen, 2021-2022
Ketan Agrawal, 2021-2022
Mandy Lu, 2020-2021
JQ Zhang, 2020-2021
Akash Chaurasia, 2020-2021
Louis Blankemeier, 2020-21
Michael John Cooper, 2020-21
Isa Liang, 2020-21
Sid Kapoor, 2020-21
Michelle Guo, 2017-20.
Haoye Cai, 2019-20.
Bingbin Liu, 2017-19.
Edward Chou, 2017-19.
Emanuel Cortes, 2017-19.
Jun-Ting Hsieh, 2017-19.
Rishab Mehra, 2017-19.
Samira Daswani, 2018-19.
Josh Beal, 2017-18.
Sanyam Mehra, 2017-18.
Gabriel Bianconi, 2017.
Emma Boya Peng, 2015-17.
Alisha Rege, 2016-17.
Elaine Sui, 2021-2022
Eunice Yang, 2021-2022
Sidney Hough, 2021-2022
Ayush Singla, 2021-2022
Daniel Wu, 2021-2022
Chris Waites, 2021-2022
Kevin Liu, 2021-2022
Stephen Su, 2021-2021
High School Students
Amy Jin, 2016-18.
Lily Li, 2017-18.