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  • Jacob Less

    Jacob Less

    QI Coordinator for T1D Exchange | Research Assistant, Medicine - Med/Endocrinology
    Clinical Research Coordinator, Primary Care and Population Health

    BioJacob Less is a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Division of Primary Care and Population Health. He also works as a Quality Improvement Coordinator in the Adult Endocrine Clinic in the Division of Endocrinology, Gerontology, and Metabolism (as affiliated with the Type 1 Diabetes Exchange). In his time affiliated with Stanford, he was a Chief Scribe of Stanford's Medical Scribe Fellowship (COMET), completing his term in June 2021. Since then he has transitioned into an advisory role as a Chief Emeritus with COMET where he continues supporting the program's development and conducting research.

    As a Chief Scribe, Jacob managed a cohort of 15 scribes placed in 11 specialty clinics and working with 30 providers. He scribed for three providers at Stanford, working in the Endocrinology and Cardiology clinics. As a member of the COMET Leadership team, he strived to uphold the program's pillars--mentorship, research, and social fellowship. Outside of his duties in COMET, Jacob is continuing to grow and learn as a clinical researcher. He has worked as a research assistant on projects in primary care/family medicine, and diabetes mellitus. He has presented at three national conferences, both as a collaborator and lead presenter, and participated in two peer-reviewed publications. He is open to new experiences in the field of research to further his growth and build new skills.

    Jacob earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2018 and received his Pre-Health Professions Certificate from the San Francisco State University Post-Baccalaureate Program in June 2021. Jacob is a pre-health student currently applying to medical schools with hopes to matriculate starting in Fall 2022. Jacob developed a strong background working with marginalized communities during his undergraduate years at UCLA. He has worked in higher education as a peer counselor, and peer counseling coordinator, to the Filipino Community at UCLA and also volunteered as a social caseworker to offer low-barrier social and medical services to the medically underserved in Hollywood and Santa Monica. He has high hopes to continue supporting marginalized communities along his educational and professional journey.