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  • Christine Tacklind, MS, CNS, ACNP-BC, CCRN

    Christine Tacklind, MS, CNS, ACNP-BC, CCRN

    Affiliate, IT Services

    BioChristine has been a nurse practitioner with Stanford Hospital beginning in April of 2012. She began in the Emergency Department and Clinical Decision Unit. In this role she was responsible for the assessment and management of Emergency Department patients on a 24 hour observation unit. In April of 2014 she transitioned to the Cardiac Electrophysiology Service. In this role she is responsible for assessment and management of patients on the Arrhythmia service, admissions, Emergency Department consults, management of outpatients under the guidance of attending physicians, as well as performing procedures such as cardioversions and interrogation and interpretation of pacemakers and internal cardiac defibrillators. She was awarded the APP Clinical IV, for her contributions to Stanford as an Advanced Practice Provider. Christine is also an adjunct professor at the University of California, San Francisco in the Acute Care and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner program and lectures for the Physician Assistant Masters program at Stanford School of Medicine.

  • Yvonne K Tang

    Yvonne K Tang

    Senior Front End Web Developer, Stanford Web Services

    BioBridging technology and design is my passion.

  • Victoria Rose Tanoury, RN, MSN, AGPCNP-BC

    Victoria Rose Tanoury, RN, MSN, AGPCNP-BC

    Affiliate, IT Services

    BioVictoria Tanoury is a board-certified Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, specializing in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of Parkinson’s Disease, essential tremor, Huntington’s disease, and general movement disorders. She has an extensive background in programming and management of deep brain stimulation (DBS) for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor. Victoria received her bachelor’s degree in nursing at the University of Washington in 2009 and worked for 8 years specializing in neurology, neurosurgery and movements disorders. In 2014, she passed the neuroscience nursing exam to become a certified neuroscience nurse accredited by the Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification. In 2019, Victoria obtained her master’s degree in nursing at UCSF as an Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner.

    Victoria began her nursing career on an inpatient neurology/neurosurgery unit at Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI and Columbia University in New York. In 2014, Victoria joined the Stanford Movement Disorders team as the lead nurse coordinator tasked with overseeing the multidisciplinary DBS review board and coordinating the multidisciplinary Huntington’s disease and ataxia clinic. During her time as lead nurse coordinator for the Huntington’s disease clinic, the clinic received the designation as a Huntington Disease Society of America Center of Excellence. In addition, she co-led a local ataxia support group which received recognition by the National Ataxia Foundation. During her time at Stanford, she became an expert in DBS programming, assisting in a large volume of the initial and follow up programmings. Additionally, Victoria spent a great deal of her time educating and training new nurses joining the team.

    While earning her master’s degree at UCSF, Victoria was one of three students who graduated from a dual program which combines the standard Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner curriculum with additional course work in occupational and environmental health studies. Through this dual program, Victoria had the opportunity to take courses and attend grand rounds discussing environmental components related to various neurological conditions and movement disorders. She also spent time observing employees at their workplace who were exposed to toxins resulting in tremor and other neurological symptoms. Upon completion of her nurse practitioner program, Victoria rejoined the Stanford Movement Disorders team in 2019.