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  • Armine Tayag

    Armine Tayag

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    BioArmine is a Nurse Practitioner who joined Stanford Neurosurgery/ Cyberknife Radiosurgery Program in 2014. She completed her Master of Science in Nursing , Family Nurse Practitioner Degree at Holy Names University in Oakland, Ca. Armine previously worked at Stanford Main Operating Room ,specializing in neurosurgery, and cardiovascular surgery for 14 years. Currently, her practice focuses in the neurosurgical care of patients with brain and spine tumors, arteriovenous malformation, aneurysms, and neurogenetic disorders needing either conventional surgery and/ or Cyberknife radiosurgery procedure. She has co-published several articles regarding Cyberknife treatment for patients with brain and spine tumors.

  • Margaret Tolbert

    Margaret Tolbert

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    BioMeg Tolbert is a Nurse Practitioner with colorectal surgery at Stanford Hospital. She earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Villanova University. She is currently involved in several research studies with the colorectal team. Prior to coming to Stanford she was a faculty member at both the University of Miami and the University of Michigan where she taught in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. While at University of Michigan she also taught in the college of LSA and worked with the medical school’s office of diversity helping with community outreach. At the University of Miami she practiced clinically in women’s health and was involved in research projects with HIV+ women as well as the NIH funded Women’s Health Initiative. She also helped write a grant that was funded for a distance-learning program for second career nursing students. While at the University of Michigan she worked at a free health clinic as a primary care provider and was part of the Pelvic Floor Research Team, which was a multidisciplinary team. While there she was involved with NIH funded studies and was project manager for a multi site study for a device seeking FDA approval. She has been published with the team in peer-reviewed journals and has been first author on several poster presentations. She was also awarded a grant for the free clinic to start a primary care/continuity of care clinic