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  • Benjamin Vincent Park

    Benjamin Vincent Park

    Affiliate, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other

    Current Research and Scholarly Interests Interventional Oncology, Immunotherapy

  • Jonathon J. Parker, MD, PhD

    Jonathon J. Parker, MD, PhD

    Affiliate, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other

    Bio Dr. Parker is currently a PGY6 Neurosurgery Resident at Stanford. He has focused his training and research on minimally invasive treatments for epilepsy and movement disorders in Adults and Children. He has focused his training to develop expertise in open microsurgical resection techniques, laser interstitial thermal therapy (LITT), focused ultrasound (MRgFUS), Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS), Responsive Neurostimulation (RNS), electrocorticography (ECoG), stereo-electro-encephalography (SEEG), and robotic-assisted surgery.

    Dr. Parker completed a year long enfolded fellowship in Adult and Pediatric Epilepsy & Functional Surgery with Dr. Gerald Grant and Dr. Casey Halpern. Guided by his surgical mentors, Dr. Parker has utilized state of the art approaches to improve epilepsy surgery by combing SEEG, 3D printing, whole brain tractography, and navigated operative exoscopes to guide safe surgical resections of epileptic foci. Dr. Parker's research revolves around optimizing SEEG techniques for intracranial evaluation of epileptic foci and clinically-relevant brain mapping via understanding the role of white matter in seizure propagation.

  • Sunny R. Patel, MD, MBA

    Sunny R. Patel, MD, MBA

    Affiliate, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other

    Bio Dr. Sunny Patel is a Senior Resident Physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Stanford Healthcare/Stanford University School of Medicine

    -Team Leader, Resident Safety Committee (2017)
    -Director & Founder, Healthcare Leadership & Administration Summer Fellowship (2020- )

    Dr. Patel graduated cum lade from New York University with a BA in Mathematics and Biochemistry with honors. Subsequently, he completed a research year at the New York University Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine in the Neuroscience division, and served as a Patient Advocate at Bellevue Hospital in New York City.

    Dr. Patel completed his medical training at New York University School of Medicine, and also earned his MBA from New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business, specializing in Leadership & Change Management with a healthcare focus.

    He completed his Sub-internship in Emergency Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston as well as a Clinical Informatics research elective at Harvard Medical School.

    During his first post-graduate year at Stanford Healthcare, he served as Team Leader of the Resident Safety Committee, a multidisciplinary resident physician group that focuses on quality improvement. He later went on to complete a research elective in Digital Healthcare and Telemedicine at NYP Weill Cornell.

    Recently, in partnership with the Stanford Healthcare CEO and the Dean of the Stanford School of Medicine, he developed a novel leadership curriculum for medical students interested in Healthcare Leadership & Administration (HCLA). He currently serves as the Director & Founder for the HCLA summer fellowship.

    Dr. Patel looks to apply his skillset to strategize new solutions to eliminate medical waste, optimize patient care, and decrease the cost of healthcare services by applying cutting edge, evidence-based, operations management techniques in conjunction with industry-proven leadership and change management principles. His interests include: healthcare consulting, digital healthcare/telemedicine, venture capital, healthcare systems and services, advising biomedical device and pharmaceutical firms, and blockchain application to healthcare.

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