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Biostatistician, Med/Quantitative Sciences Unit
Bio I am a biostatistician at the Quantitative Sciences Unit, providing long-term collaboration on all phases of research to School of Medicine affiliates and contributing to original statistics research on missing data methodology and survival analysis. Starting in 2015, I will be pursuing my PhD in Biostatistics at Harvard University.
Dataverse (open-access data and materials from my research):
Terrance Mayes, EdD
Assistant Dean for Graduate Education, School of Medicine - Grad Student Support
Current Role at Stanford Assistant Dean for Graduate Education
Instructional Developer, SoM - Information Resources & Technology
Current Role at Stanford Mike McAuliffe is Director of Educational Technology for Stanford Medicine. He supports a wide range of educational technology operations, projects, and initiatives in support of teaching, learning, and research.
Mike joined the School of Medicine in August 2012. In his current role, Mike coordinates a team that offers instructional technology expertise, project management, classroom technology training, and media production services. This team also collaborates with Stanford Medicine faculty to design and produce video content for online/hybrid courses at Stanford Medicine, online courses for continuing medical education, online materials for residents and fellows, and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Distributed Flips offered on OpenEdX, Coursera, Khan Academy, and Venture Lab.
Administrative Manager, School of Medicine
Current Role at Stanford Executive Assistant to Marcia Cohen, Senior Associate Dean for Finance and Administration
Executive Director & Senior Scholar, Medicine - Med/PCOR
Bio Kathryn McDonald is the executive director of CHP/PCOR and a senior scholar at the centers. She is also associate director of the Stanford-UCSF Evidence-based Practice Center (under RAND). Her work focuses on measures and interventions to achieve evidence-based patient-centered healthcare quality and patient safety.
McDonald has served as a project director and principal investigator on a number of research projects at the Stanford School of Medicine, including the development and ongoing enhancement of the Quality and Patient Safety Indicators for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. She has authored numerous peer reviewed articles and government reports, including several with wide enough followership to merit recent updates: Care Coordination Measures Atlas, Closing the Quality Gap, and Patient Safety Practices. She served on the Institute of Medicine Committee that produced Measuring What Matters: Pediatric and Adolescent Health and Health Care, and currently is part of the IOM Committee on Diagnostic Errors in Health Care.
Previously, she worked as a manager for technology optimization and business development at Stanford Hospital, and as a research and development manager for new product development for a medical device company. She received a master of management degree (MBA and MHA equivalent) from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, with an emphasis on the healthcare industry, and she holds a BS in chemical engineering from Stanford University.