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  • Michal Bental Roof

    Michal Bental Roof

    Academic & Research Program Officer, Pediatrics - Cardiology

    Current Role at Stanford I joined the Cardiopulmonary Research Program of Drs. Rabinovitch and Bland at Stanford University in 2002, as the Academic and Research Program Officer. Additionally, in 2005-2015, I was the Administrative Coordinator of the Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Science Scholarly Concentration for medical students at Stanford University School of Medicine. This included facilitating communication of the co-Directors with the School of Medicine Administration, the medical students, and the faculty mentors, and coordination of the MED223 course. I organize the educational activities of the lab, including a major role in developing the Cardiopulmonary Research in Progress Seminar Series, and assist the faculty and fellows with the preparation of grant proposals, IRB, APLAC and Biosafety protocols, manuscripts, and presentations. I serve as the Site Coordinator for the Stanford Transplant Procurement Center of the Pulmonary Hypertension Breakthrough Initiative (PHBI), headed by Dr Rabinovitch, and in this capacity, I oversee patient recruitment, data collection and reporting, and ensure compliance with university and federal guidelines. I am the coordinator for two NIH/NHLBI training programs: the K12 Career Development Program in "Omics of Lung Diseases" (PIs: M Rabinovitch, M Nicolls and M Snyder), and for the Stanford Cardiovascular Institute (CVI) T32 Training Program "Mechanisms and Innovation Vascular Disease" (PIs: R Dalman and P Tsao).

  • Charlene Larson Rotandi

    Charlene Larson Rotandi

    Residency Felwshp Prog Coord 2, Pediatrics - Hematology/Oncology

    Bio I am currently the Fellowship and Postdoctoral Administrator in the Department of Pediatrics, Hematology/Oncology at Stanford University School of Medicine. I was recruited to the position in September 2012. Prior to that I was the Pediatric Residency Coordinator for Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University and the Graduate Medical Education Coordinator for the Department of OB/GYN and Reproductive Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco.

    I am actively engaged in the Association of Pediatric Program Directors (APPD), currently serving as the Chair of the Coordinators’ Executive Committee. I’ve collaborated on a number of scholarly activities with fellow APPD colleagues in the area of professional empowerment and advancement of coordinators, coordinator wellness, program evaluation committees and annual program evaluations, clinical competency committees and milestones, as well as presented a fellow/faculty development workshop on milestones and assessment tools for our division. I continue to seek out opportunities to collaborate, mentor, and take on leadership positions.

    Outside of graduate medical education, I am the mother of a very active and curious four year-old. I also enjoy spending time with my family exploring the Bay Area, hiking, cooking, and enjoying food and wine and the vibrant arts culture. A brief stint as a pastry cook, I love to cook and bake with my son. Additionally, I continue to be involved in my alma mater, Vassar College, by co-chairing the Vassar Alumnae/i Admissions Program in San Francisco.

  • Denis Salins

    Denis Salins

    Temp - Non-Exempt, Genetics

    Bio Denis is a software developer at his core who loves to dabble on the cutting edge of technology. He has a passion for how technology and software and add value to everyday life and with simplicity and grace and empower users to do more with less frustration. Denis loves the intersection of Health and Technology and wants to make contributions to to the betterment of society and community with meaningful technology. For Denis the adoption of technology to allow humans to live longer, live better, and/or improve life, is the driving force.

    Prior to Stanford, Denis has been an active part of many companies, large and small, and enjoys the entrepreneurial spirit. He was a core developer for First Medical Solutions electronic medical records software platform. He developed middleware systems to manage integration and interoperability. He also likes to explore hardware projects with Raspberry Pi.

  • Cynthia Harryman Samos

    Cynthia Harryman Samos

    Science Writer/Editor, Neurosurgery

    Current Role at Stanford Science Writer/Editor for the Department of Neurosurgery