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    Justin Carter

    Research Process Manager, School of Medicine - Research Management Group

    Bio Justin Nathaniel Carter earned his B.A. in 2014 from Columbia University. While attending Columbia, he volunteered as tour-guide, a student-life ambassador, a member of the student council, and was elected University Senator. As a Senator, he served on the Student Affairs (SAC), Budget & Finance, Housing, and Alumni Affairs committees. He also served on the Columbia University Trustee?s Advisory Committee for Socially Responsible Investing (ACSRI) and as the Undergraduate Representative to the Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) Board. While living in New York, he was a New York City Emergency Medical Technician, A New York State EMT Instructor, and served as Chief of Operations for Columbia University's Emergency Medical Service.

    Justin initially joined Stanford through the Department of Radiation Oncology as a Clinical Research Assistant and Research Coordinator. He assisted the Thoracic Radiation Oncology Group, working primarily with Drs. Bill Loo and Max Diehn on biomarker, immunotherapy, and translative imaging in thoracic cancers. He has presented at several conferences and symposiums, and has contributed to publications in various oncology related journals. Justin now supports the departments of Urology, Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, and Otolaryngology as a Research Process Manager representing the Research Management Group.

    Justin is a 2013 Columbia Health Services Summer Fellowship recipient where he focused on a multifaceted project addressing the modernization, sustainability, and continuity of operating a prehospital emergency medical service in bustling New York City. For several years he volunteered as a skills instructor with Stanford's Department of Emergency Medicine EMT Program. Drawing on his previous medical and management roles, He has traveled several times to Nepal in coordination with Stanford's Nepal Medical Project to facilitate a recertification program for in-country EMT/pre-hospital providers and to assist with modernization and analysis of updates with the Nepal Ambulance Service

    His interests include the intersections of communications & outreach, medicine, government & health policy, and strategic management. He continues to work with several PIs conducting medical research and is pursuing a Master's degree.

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