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  • Kris Newby

    Kris Newby

    Communications Manager, SPECTRUM (CTSA/SCCTR)

    Current Role at Stanford Communications Manager & Science Writer
    Spectrum | Stanford Center for Clinical & Translational Research & Education

    I tell stories about the amazing biomedical research going on at Stanford with words, images and video. I especially enjoy explaining complex concepts in novel and easy-to-understand ways.

    My stories enter the world through many media channels: our newspaper, websites, magazine, blog, and Twitter feeds. I also build new websites and am continually deploying new media tools as better ones come along.

    The best part of my job is that I get to hang out brilliant people and learn new things every day.

  • Annie Nguyen-Lin

    Annie Nguyen-Lin

    Resident in Dermatology

    Bio Dr. Annie Nguyen-Lin is a dermatology resident at Stanford University School Of Medicine. She graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from The George Washington University with a B.S. in biology and minor in English literature. Her interest in biomedical research led to a Howard Hughes Medical Bioinformatics internship and a two-year research fellowship at the National Institutes of Health.

    Dr. Nguyen-Lin earned her M.D. from Stanford. While at Stanford, she served on the steering committee of Pacific Free Clinic and conducted public policy research. Her interest in health disparities and underserved communities led her to complete her internal medicine residency at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, where she was the recipient of the resident teaching award. Dr. Nguyen-Lin is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

    Prior to her training in dermatology, Dr. Nguyen-Lin completed a clinical fellowship at the Stanford Cutaneous Lymphoma Program under the mentorship of Dr. Youn Kim, where she cared for patients with complex cases of cutaneous lymphoma. She collaborated on clinical trials to develop novel immunotherapies for these rare diseases. Her academic interests include cutaneous oncology, complex medical dermatology, and general dermatology.

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