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  • belal hakim

    belal hakim

    Staff, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other
    Clinical Scholar, Medicine - Med/Nephrology

    BioBelal grew up in Fremont and later lived in Singapore where he completed his secondary education. He received his bachelors in Biological Psychology and then his medical degree from Tufts University. He completed his internal medicine and chief residency at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center which solidified his interest in care for the medically underserved. His current research interests include improving diuretic management in advanced CKD and hemodialysis as well as CKD care for underserved communities

  • Michael Halaas

    Michael Halaas

    Associate Dean and Chief Operating Officer, SoM, Chief Operating Officer - Operations

    Current Role at StanfordIn my role as Chief Operating Officer and Associate Dean, I provide oversight and strategic leadership of the operations of the School of Medicine. This includes developing and leading the execution of major strategic initiatives and ensuring foundational operations are rigorous and effectively support the tripartite missions of Education, Research and Patient Care. I am a member of the Dean's leadership team and a representative of the School of Medicine in a variety of forums throughout Stanford and externally

    My role encompasses responsibilities as Associate Dean, Industry Relations and Digital Health, In this capacity, I lead Stanford Medicine’s Office of Industry Relations and Digital Health (IRDH) whose mission is to foster relationships that will promote discovery, accelerate the use of technologies that advance human health, and translate today’s breakthroughs into tomorrow’s standard of care. IRDH serves as the front door for organizations interested in exploring a strategic relationship with Stanford Medicine. The work is part of Stanford Medicine's Strategy Team, led by Priya Singh.

    I also co-lead the Stanford Medicine Catalyst program with Dr. Euan Ashley. We focus on discovering, supporting and propelling healthcare innovation from within the Stanford community. When these innovations are ready, we assist in the commercialization and scaling to reach maximum impact and improve human health.

    The combination of these roles provides a unique opportunity to work at the forefront of transformative health innovation and the operations of complex academic medical center ecosystem.

  • Earth Hasassri, MD

    Earth Hasassri, MD

    Affiliate, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other

    BioDr. Earth Hasassri is a Clinical Fellow of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford. He specializes in seeing patients for complex psychiatric conditions such as psychotic experiences and autism spectrum disorders. His interests are caring for individuals who suffer from medical conditions at the interface of medicine and psychiatry. In addition, he treats children with a broad range of psychiatric disorders including neurodevelopmental disorders, ADHD and mood and anxiety disorders in adolescents.

    Prior to medical school, Dr. Hasassri graduated with dual bachelor's degrees in neurophysiology and psychology at the University of California San Diego, where he performed research on sleep medicine. He earned his medical degree from the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine where he did research in clinical epidemiology. Dr. Hasassri completed his residency in general psychiatry at the University of California San Francisco Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospitals & Clinics, during which he was awarded an Area of Distinction in Clinical Neuroscience for his work in applying neuroscientific principles in his clinical work in those with brain cancer, dementia, neurodevelopmental disorders, and other neuropsychiatric conditions. Dr. Hasassri is a board certified general psychiatrist and is currently pursuing further training through a fellowship here at Stanford to obtain subspecialty board certification in child and adolescent psychiatry.

    Dr. Hasassri's scientific interest focus on bringing novel interventional treatments to children and adolescents, such as transcranial magnetic stimulation. He is currently working with Dr. Nolan Williams and Dr. Antonio Hardan in their laboratories studying whether transcranial magnetic stimulation is safe and effective for children and adolescents, particularly in those with autism spectrum disorders.

  • Muhammad Hassan

    Muhammad Hassan

    Affiliate, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other
    Resident in Ophthalmology

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy area of interest is the identification of biomarkers for ocular diseases with a particular interest in innovation in ophthalmic imaging. Additionally, I am also interested in clinical trials related to Retinal diseases and Ocular Inflammation and my previous work has provided me with a solid foundation for this.