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  • Rachel Hagey Saluti

    Rachel Hagey Saluti

    Staff Research Scientist, Medicine - Med/Gastroenterology and Hepatology

    Bio My primary research focus is in translational molecular virology and drug discovery/development. My work aims to uncover and characterize novel virus targets for the rational design of new classes of antiviral therapeutics.

  • Atulkumar T. Shah, MD

    Atulkumar T. Shah, MD

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine - Gastroenterology & Hepatology

    Bio Dr. Shah is a board-certified, fellowship-trained gastroenterologist with Stanford Health Care?s Digestive Health program. He is a clinical associate professor of medicine in the division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Stanford University School of Medicine.

    Dr. Shah treats all gastrointestinal and liver conditions, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), colon polyps, hepatitis, inflammatory bowel disease, and irritable bowel syndrome. He has a special interest in the increasingly prevalent fatty liver disease, which allows him to work closely with patients to educate them about symptom management and making lifestyle changes that will improve their health and wellbeing.

    Dr. Shah treats all gastrointestinal and liver conditions, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), colon polyps, hepatitis, inflammatory bowel disease, and irritable bowel syndrome. He has a special interest in the increasingly prevalent fatty liver disease, which allows him to work closely with patients to educate them about symptom management and making lifestyle changes that will improve their health and wellbeing.

    After more than two decades of practice, Dr. Shah added training in liver transplant to expand his knowledge of liver disease and offer his patients a ?one-stop? resource for truly comprehensive care.

    Dr. Shah is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology, American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and American Association for the Study of Liver Disease.

    Among Dr. Shah?s current research interests is the development of an algorithm assessing the impact of gastrointestinal disease management on readmission rates.

    Dr. Shah brings a personalized approach to working with patients and to teaching the next generation of physician scientists the classic skills of careful listening and patient examination. Throughout his career, he has emphasized the fundamental importance of balancing scientific expertise with empathy and compassion.

    As a volunteer with the non-profit organization Health Volunteers Overseas, Dr. Shah travels around the world to train physicians about liver disease management and treatment. He is director of the HVO site in Bangalore, India.

  • Edward Sheen

    Edward Sheen

    Adjunct Professor, Medicine - Med/Gastroenterology and Hepatology

    Bio Edward Sheen is Chief Medical Officer, Market Development and Solution Design at Lumeris. Lumeris is a leading population health management, value-based care delivery operator transforming health systems and payers across the country to improve health outcomes, reduce costs of care, enhance patient experience, and strengthen care provider engagement. Through its operations, technology, strategic advisory, and change management solutions, Lumeris establishes all-payer capable population health services organizations and collaborative, aligned health plans to deliver accountable person-centered care.

    His experience has bridged the public, private, non-profit, and academic sectors and includes work with Stanford University, the White House, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, California State Assembly, Kaiser Family Foundation, Blue Shield of California, California/American Medical Associations, and Genzyme, as well as advising early stage healthcare companies. In 2014, he was one of 15 Americans appointed by President Barack Obama a nonpartisan White House Fellow and selected to be the White House Fellow to the Secretary of Defense. In this capacity, he served as a Special Assistant to the Secretary and Defense Department senior health policy advisor and was a recipient of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Public Service. Dr. Sheen is also Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Stanford, a Global Health Faculty Fellow, and Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He is dedicated to achieving more accessible, equitable, innovative, person-centered, and high-performing health systems and caring for vulnerable populations. Additionally, he has a long commitment to mentoring, medical education, and the leadership development of future change agents.

    Dr. Sheen completed his Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology training at Stanford, received his MD from the University of California, San Francisco, and earned his MBA and MPH degrees through scholarships from Stanford Graduate School of Business and Harvard School of Public Health, where he was also a Harvard Kennedy School Center for Public Leadership Zuckerman Fellow. He graduated magna cum laude from Brown University with a B.A. in Public Policy and induction into Phi Beta Kappa.

  • Sundeep Singh

    Sundeep Singh

    Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine - Gastroenterology & Hepatology

    Bio After living and training throughout the country, I am excited to be part of the Stanford team. As a result of both my personal experiences and training, I am passionate about ensuring that patients receive appropriate diagnostic testing and treatment options in order to improve people's quality of life. In collaboration with my amazing colleagues, I am confident in the high quality and easily accessible care we are able to provide to patients across northern California.

    While my interest is most in inflammatory bowel disease, I am also interested in the interaction between mental health, incentives, and emerging therapies in gastroenterology.

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