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  • Meagan Lantz MSHS, PA-C

    Meagan Lantz MSHS, PA-C

    Affiliate, IT Services

    BioMeagan Lantz, MSHS, PA-C, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Neuroscience & Evolutionary Psychology from Harvard and continued her Physician Assistant education at George Washington University in Washington, DC. Meagan recently joined Stanford Healthcare as a Cardiothoracic Surgery Advanced Practice Provider (APP) fellow and is looking forward to starting her PA career focusing on the intricacies of caring for cardiothoracic surgical patients. Meagan first discovered her interest for cardiothoracic surgery while working as a clinical intern on the heart-lung transplant team at St. Vincent's Hospital in Darlinghurst, Australia. This interest was solidified when she shadowed a CT surgery team at Holy Cross hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Meagan also has a deep passion for wellness, nutrition, and exercise which helped her serve as the founder and chapter lead of the first PA focused Medicine in Motion chapter at George Washington University. Medicine in Motion is a non-profit organization founded in 2017 focusing on reducing clinician and student burnout through fitness, community, and philanthropy. As a former Division I softball player at Harvard, Meagan is passionate about teamwork, fitness, and promoting overall wellness within the community and looks to bring this excitement to her new role at Stanford Health Care.

  • Dong Liang

    Dong Liang

    Instructional Designer Dvlpr 2, IT Services

    BioMy background gives me a unique perspective on the question of learning design. I have formal education in both computer science and humanities, which means I am not only trained to understand how technologies work, but also have strong research and writing skills. Years of reading and writing argumentative essays makes me fluent at the art of communicating complex ideas. I have extensive classroom teaching experience, which gives me a big advantage when approaching the problem of instructional design because I learned how to create e-learning courses from brick-and-mortar experiences. Finally, my passion for education technology drives me toward using innovative tools to create engaging, immersive learning experiences, within or without a classroom.

  • Sheri Loo

    Sheri Loo

    Affiliate, IT Services

    BioSheri joined the Stanford Neurosurgery team as a nurse practitioner in 2018. Her current clinical focus is in brain and spine tumors and complex spinal deformities in the inpatient and outpatient setting. Prior to becoming an NP, she worked as a Registered Nurse specializing in neuro-stroke. She is a member of California Association of Nurse Practitioners, American Association of Nurse Practitioners, American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, and Sigma Theta Tau. In her free time, Sheri enjoys volunteering at a local primary care free clinic, going on medical missions trips, and mentoring and precepting students.