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Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health
Bio Dr. Ayati completed his residency at UC Davis and his fellowship at Stanford University. During his residency at UC Davis, Dr. Ayati received the Award of Excellence in Clinical Teaching. Dr. Ayati worked at hospitals such as Lodi Memorial Hospital in Lodi, California, and as an Emergency Medicine Attending at Veteran Affairs in Palo Alto, California. Dr. Ayati worked as a Stanford Medical Director at Los Altos and Palo Alto Subacute and Rehabilitation centers and he is currently serving as a medical advisor for many Skilled Nursing facilities and also memory care units and assisted living facilities in Northen California. Dr. Ayati has a broad spectrum of practice and knowledge of general medicine and primary care in various settings, from office to Emergency room and acute and Sub-acute care. Dr. Ayati’s main areas of research and clinical focus are in the physiology of aging and on finding practical and yet innovative ways of addressing the wellbeing and needs of the population in any age category. Dr. Ayati is an advocate of his patient’s physical and mental health at any age in addition to disease management and prevention. Dr. Ayati is currently a member of the Ethnogeriatric and Quality and Policy Performance Committees of the Americal Geraitric Society. He also serves as a Community Health Advisor for Alzheimer Association, Northen California and Nevada Chapter. Dr. Ayati is the author of “Paths to Healthy Aging”. Dr. Ayati is also a guest educational speaker on several radio stations such as National Public Radio (NPR) and San Francisco’s KQED and international and national conferences. He also testified in the Senate of the US, Special Committee of Aging in 2018 to address the challenges of aging populations in the US.
Dr. Ayati strives to provide reliable information, effective strategies, and simple guidelines for patients of all ages to avoid or manage chronic diseases and to have a significantly better quality of life.
Dr. Ayati’s main focus and passion are in:
Raising awareness about Over Medication and Drug Cascade issues in the elderly population as well as highlighting prevention strategies
Helping patients better understand and voice their end of life care choices and medical intervention wishes
Bringing into focus the numerous social, economical, political and health challenges and hardship the elderly face in our society as well as finding solutions to address their needs
Being the voice of the elderly in finding innovative and yet practical solutions to promote their physical and mental health and well being
Adjunct Professor, Medicine
Bio Farzad is a cardiologist and design strategist running the Advanced Technology Incubator at Edwards Lifesciences, including the Innovation Fellowship Program for cardiovascular physicians and surgeons.
Focused on structural heart disease, he is responsible for operationalizing the upstream processes of unmet clinical needs characterization, new concept generation, early-stage prototyping, and feasibility testing to translate winning concepts to clinical pathways ahead.
Academically, Farzad serves as Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine where he teaches needs-driven health and medical technology design at the Stanford Presence Center and Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign.
Previously, Farzad served as Chief Medical Officer at Myia Labs (an American College of Cardiology and VC-backed digital health start-up) and Director of Health at the global design and innovation firm IDEO.
He completed his training in medicine and cardiology at the Cleveland Clinic and the University of Minnesota’s Lillehei Heart Institute respectively, served as Chief Cardiology Fellow and NIH T32 Research Fellow designing and testing advanced cardiovascular technologies, and operated as the St. Jude Medical and Dean’s Innovation Fellow at Stanford Biodesign.
Farzad holds both his bachelor’s degree in biological sciences and his MD from the University of Texas at Austin / UTMB, and his post-doc in Biodesign from Stanford University School of Medicine.
He is the recipient of Phi Beta Kappa distinction and the Arnold P. Gold Humanism in Medicine Award.