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  • Naomi Ruth Dagdagan

    Naomi Ruth Dagdagan

    Accounting/Finance Associate, Obstetrics & Gynecology

    Current Role at Stanford Accounting/Finance Associate

  • Somalee Datta, PhD

    Somalee Datta, PhD

    Director, Bioinformatics, Center for Genomics & Personalized Medicine, Genetics

    Current Role at Stanford I joined Stanford in Oct 2012 as the Director of Bioinformatics at Stanford Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine (SCGPM). My role at the Center is to develop and lead the bioinformatics team and establish a world class omics and other types of biomedical data analysis facility.

    Our bioinformatics team is comprised of a dozen scientists and software engineers. Together the team has a wide range of skill sets including various omics, computational biology, machine learning, software engineering, data management, Databases, Visualization, High Performance Computing, IT, and Cloud DevOps. The team is currently supporting several large scale research and clinical programs at Stanford including prestigious consortium efforts and inter-disciplinary collaborations.

    Among our various efforts is Genetics Bioinformatics Service Center, a Big Data Biomedical and Bioinformatics Core Facility, created in 2013 to streamline the availability of infrastructure to the wider biomedical community at Stanford and our research affiliates. The Core facility provides best-in-class high performance computational systems, scalable Cloud computing and cutting edge bioinformatics services for the Stanford community. The core operates under Department of Genetics and is overseen by Office of Dean. The services are NIH dbGaP and SoM security requirements compliant. We also provide a comprehensive analytical stack with over 400 applications installed centrally on the cluster for ease of use by researchers. Currently the Core supports over 75 labs and 750 researchers.

  • Jennifer Deitz

    Jennifer Deitz

    Adm Svcs Admstr 3, School of Medicine - Student Affairs

    Current Role at Stanford Director of Research and Evaluation. Oversee a team of researchers, analysts, evaluators and scholars. Together, we work to promote medical education and innovation through rigorous research and evaluation, and to improve knowledge and understanding of teaching and learning by engaging a local and national community of educator scholars.

    We conduct qualitative and quantitative research; develop and manage technical systems to support evaluation, curriculum management, and assessment. We support strategy, implementation and outcomes assessment for major initiatives and innovations in education, and we publish and present at national conferences.

    We've made important contributions to major initiatives and programs in the School of Medicine including:

    -- Educators for Care (E4C) mentorship program
    -- Criterion-Based Evaluation System (CBES) - an improved grading and assessment system for required clerkships
    -- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation "Reimagining Medical Education" project - multi-institutional development of a flexible and exportable video modules and interactive in-class session for microbiology
    -- iPad Initiative - introducing use of iPads into pre-clerkship and clerkship education
    -- Ongoing study and monitoring of student wellness and the learning environment

  • Tina M Del Cont

    Tina M Del Cont

    Product Manager, Stanford Profiles (CAP), SoM - Information Resources & Technology

    Current Role at Stanford I am the Product Manager for CAP Stanford Profiles and Project Manager of the CAP University-Wide Project. CAP stands for Community Academic Profiles. I work directly with the CAP development team in IRT Application Services in the School of Medicine. On this project, I also work with a university-wide project team, the CAP Stanford Working Group, made up of members from many of the Stanford schools and organizations. In June of 2014, we started the CAP Drupal Module Working Group. The purpose of this group is to review and improve the integration process with CAP by expanding and enhancing the CAP Drupal Module with an open-source contribution approach (an initiative started and led by SWS in collaboration with the CAP Drupal Module user community).

    If you are interested in becoming part of the CAP University-Wide Project, which includes the new Stanford Profiles public web site, or would like more information on integrating your web site with CAP, contact me at tdelcont@stanford.edu.

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