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  • Vania Bernatsky

    Vania Bernatsky

    Affiliate, IT Services

    BioVania graduated with her Acute Care Nurse Practitioner with a minor in Education in 2001 from UCSF. She came to Stanford Neurosurgery in 2012. She initially focused on complex neursorugical spine conditions. Since 2016 she has worked in the Santa Cruz Satelitte Center inpatient and out patient care. Her Inpatient duties include consult, examination, admission, operation planning and assist, inpatient management including patients in critical care, (managing drains, EVD), medication adjustment, lab and radiology ordering, review and interpretation, discharges, patient education. Vania's outpatient duties include consult, operation planning and assist, examination, symptom and medication management, lab and radiology ordering, review, interpretation, and patient education. She is a Certified Neurosurgical Registered Nurse, has completed her RNFA and Neuroscience Emergency Life support, as well as a Hemisphere 2.0 Stroke competency Series. She is Certified in Plant-Based nutrition. She has lectured on Neurosurgical topic regionally, nationally, and internationally.

  • Sarah Betts MSN, BSN, ACNPC-AG, CCRN, SANE

    Sarah Betts MSN, BSN, ACNPC-AG, CCRN, SANE

    Affiliate, IT Services

    BioSarah Betts, MSN, BSN, ACNPC-AG, CCRN, SANE, is the Lead Advanced Practice Provider in the Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit. A Bay Area native she studied classical voice performance and was a professional stage manager-turned-event manager prior to transitioning to a career in nursing. She earned both her Bachelor and Master of Nursing degrees from Georgetown University in Washington DC, and worked at the VA Palo Alto prior to joining the CVICU team at Stanford. Desiring more education in Palliative Medicine, she worked on the in-patient Palliative Medicine team where she enjoyed focusing on each patient’s unique experience of what quality of life means, and working towards making sure the care they get aligns with their values and what’s important in their lives. She transitioned to the Lead APP in the MICU in 2020 where she is able to combine her critical and palliative care experience to provide holistic and timely care to critically ill patients during some of the hardest moments in their lives.

  • Marianne Biangone, PhD, RN

    Marianne Biangone, PhD, RN

    Nursing Research Program Manager, IT Services

    BioMarianne Biangone, Ph.D., R.N., P.H.N., is the Director of Clinical Trials Research Practice & Operations at Stanford Health Care. Dr. Biangone is an experienced director, scientist, and academician with more than 28 years in nursing and leadership roles. In previous roles, Dr. Biangone has served as Academic Director and Professor, Pre-Licensure Nursing Programs, Assistant Director & Director of Nursing of Public Health, and Vice President, Faculty Development.

    Dr. Biangone has a passion for exploring how students cope with stress, and anxiety as they traverse their educational programs.

  • Nancy Brook, MSN, RN, APRN-BC

    Nancy Brook, MSN, RN, APRN-BC

    Affiliate, IT Services

    BioNancy Brook, MSN, RN, APRN-BC is a Nurse Practitioner in the Orthopedic Tumor Surgery division at Stanford Healthcare. She graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing with her Masters degree in Nursing and the University of San Francisco with a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology. She is certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Her area of clinical practice is orthopedic surgery, focusing on sarcomas and other primary and malignant tumors of bone and soft tissue, and supporting patients and their families facing these diagnoses.