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  • Yeuen Kim

    Yeuen Kim

    Clinical Instructor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health

    Bio Dr Kim is a clinician-educator and staff physician at the Palo Alto VA, precepting residents on the VA homeless outreach rotation, managing a team of RNP/MDs supporting the medical care of veterans in four residential rehabilitation programs, and providing direct care of rural, community college, and homeless veterans through the Medical Outreach Section. Her research interests include measuring the impact of health information technology on primary care workflow in safety net settings, and improving communication skills and tolerance of ambiguity among medical trainees through the arts and humanities. After graduating with AB (Comp Lit/French) and MD from Brown University's Program in Liberal Medical Education, she completed internal medicine residency at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, CA and a clinical research fellowship in the Division of General Internal Medicine/SFGH at UCSF, where she obtained a Master's in Advanced Studies and was nominated for a Kaiser Teaching award in 2008.

  • Harika Kottakota

    Harika Kottakota

    Stanford Stdnt Employee-Summer, Primary Care and Population Health

    Bio Harika Kottakota (’20) is a fourth-year undergraduate student majoring in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology with minors in Human Rights and African Studies.

    Harika has a wide range of laboratory experiences, having worked in developmental genetics and neuro-immunology labs at Stanford School of Medicine, as well as a translational cancer biology lab at Oxford University.

    Harika currently serves as the Undergraduate Coordinator for the Human Rights in Trauma Mental Health Program (HRTMHP), an inter-disciplinary group affiliated with Stanford Psychiatry, Stanford Handa Center, and Stanford Law School to help survivors of human rights abuses access mental healthcare reparations around the world (including in the USA, Kenya, and Uganda) through international legal systems. Harika is committed to using her role on the Global Health Student Council ( and as a course assistant for MED 242: Physicians and Human Rights (Winter Quarter 2020) to help expand accessibility and community around global health and human rights for Stanford undergraduates. A published poet (in-print and online), Harika is also an affiliated member of the Pegasus Physicians Writers Group at Stanford Medical School (

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  • Lianne Kurina

    Lianne Kurina

    Associate Professor (Teaching) of Medicine (Primary Care and Population Health)

    Current Research and Scholarly Interests My research focuses on the physical and mental health of military service members.

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