Dr. Guo is a radiologist and nuclear medicine physician with subspecialty training in thoracic imaging and PET-CT. Dr. Guo's clinical and research focus are on diseases of the lungs. Dr. Guo specializes in cancer imaging as part of his work in nuclear medicine and PET, and helps to care for patients in the Thoracic Cancer Program, Lung Cancer Screening, lung graft-versus-host disease Clinic, Infectious Diseases, Interstitial Lung Diseases Clinic, Sarcoidosis, Intensive Care, and in the Nuclear Medicine Clinic.
His research background is in molecular biology, genetics, and cancer pathogenesis, and combines the tools of molecular and anatomic imaging to improve patients' outcomes. His current research projects include: imaging markers of lung and heart diseases, aided by articial intelligence, early cancer detection, low radiation dose CT, PET-CT of the lungs, quantitative CT, and in 3D printing of thoracic structures to improve education and optimize pre-treatment planning.
He is a native of the South Bay and enjoys working in the dynamic environment at Stanford and the Silicon Valley.