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Clinical Assistant Professor, Radiology
BioDr. Abdelkader Mahammedi is Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology at the Department of Radiology, Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed medical school at the University of Algiers in Algeria, and then continued a postdoctoral research fellowship in Diagnostic Radiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital under the mentorship of Dr. Stanley Siegelman. Prior to becoming a specialist neuroradiologist, Dr. Mahammedi completed a Neuroradiology fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Imaging Institute after having completed residencies in both Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Radiology. His specialty interests include brain tumors, stroke, small vessel disease, head and neck imaging, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Dr. Mahammedi has contributed to over 30 peer-reviewed publications, including lead authoring multiple articles in high-impact journals. During the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, he led and collaborated with multiple institutions from Italy, Spain, and Brazil. His work was considered the first and largest study in the literature that systematically characterized neurological symptoms and neuroimaging features in hospitalized COVID-19 patients, which was published in the journal Radiology. Recently, he has published the most recent multicenter and global COVID-19-related articles, which were featured by the international media in more than 25 languages including 200 newspapers, CNN, BBC, NPR, local televised broadcasts, and the 2020 RSNA Press Release. He co-authored multiple books, including “Imaging Appearance of Migraine and Tension Type Headache” and "Humanizing BrainTumors: Strategies for You and Your Physician" which was published in 2022. Dr. Mahammedi has received numerous awards and honors, including being selected as a semi-finalist for the prestigious Cornelius Dyke Award of the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) 2021, and Best Case Award at the American Institute of Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) in Neuroradiology. In 2014, he was recognized as one of the authors with top-cited articles for his work in the Journal of Thoracic Imaging at the Society of Thoracic Imaging (STR) meeting, where he introduced a new technique for early detection of pulmonary hypertension on CT scans.
Postdoctoral Scholar, Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy work is focused on the development of small molecules radiotracers for cancer imaging, and small molecules and peptides theranostics for cancer detection, targeted radionuclide therapy, and monitoring of tumor response to therapy.
Noeen Malik, PhD
Lead Radiochemist, R & D Scientist Engineer II, Cyclotron & Radiochem. Facility, Rad/Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford
Current Role at StanfordLead Radiochemist (R & D Scientist Engineer 2)
CRF, MIPS, Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford | March 2023 — present
Physical Science Research Scientist
CRF, MIPS, Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford | January 2022 — March 2023
• R & D of radiopharmaceuticals for oncology and neuroscience
• Industrial collaborations and partnerships
• Drafting and filing drug applications with regulatory agencies (CMCs, INDs)
• Documentation control for audits and in compliance with FDA, Boards of Pharmacy, USP, NRC, and PET CGMP standards.
• Market strategic report for theragnostic-isotopes for Nextgen Cyclotron project
• CRF website development
Associate Professor (Research) of Radiology (Cancer Early Detection-Canary Center)
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsThe Mallick Lab is focused on using integrative, multi-omic approaches to model the processes that govern cellular dynamics and to use those models to discover cancer biomarkers and molecular mechanisms.
Postdoctoral Scholar, Radiology
BioVeterinarian interested in molecular imaging, comparative medicine and radiology.
Clinical Scholar, Radiology
Resident in Radiology
BioI am a Radiology Resident with future subspecialty interests in MSK, Neuro, and CVI. I also have strong interests in medical education and radiology-pathology correlation.
Lynne Nicole Martin
Clinical Instructor, Radiology
Trinity University | San Antonio, TX
Boston University School of Medicine | M.D, May 2017
Stanford General Surgery Internship
Stanford Integrated Interventional Radiology Residency | 2018-2023
Certification and Licensure:
Medical Board of California License
Sharpe, AL, Varela, E, Bettinger, L, & Beckstead, MJ. Methamphetamine self-administration in mice decreases GIRK channel-mediated currents in midbrain dopamine neurons. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology. 2015;18(5), pyu073.
Bettinger LN, Waters LM, Reese SW, Kutner SE, Jacobs DI. Comparative Study of Prepectoral and Subpectoral Expander-Based Breast Reconstruction and Clavien IIIb Score Outcomes. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Global Open. 2017;5(7):e1433. doi:10.1097/GOX.0000000000001433.
Martin LN, Higgings L, Mohabir P, Sze D, Hofmann L. Bronchial artery embolization for hemoptysis in cystic fibrosis patients: A 17-year review. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. 2019. Currently in the proofing phase and will be published in the upcoming issue of JVIR.
Poster Presentation for Physiology Undergraduate Research Experience at UTHSCSA
The role of nucleus accumbens melanocortins in oral self-administration of methamphetamine. Bettinger, L.N., Beckstead, M.J., & Sharpe, A.L. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas USA.
Poster Presentation at Behavior, Biology and Chemistry Conference
Melanocortin receptor agonist injected into the nucleus accumbens decreases food intake but does not increase metabolic rate in mice. Bettinger LN, Sharpe AL. Feik School of Pharmacy, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas USA.
Poster Presentation at Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) 2019
Bronchial artery embolization for hemoptysis in cystic fibrosis patients. Lynne Martin, MD; Luke J Higgins, MD PhD; Paul Mohabir, MD; Daniel Y Sze, MD PhD1; Lawrence V Hofmann, MD. Stanford University, Stanford, CA USA.
Oral Presentation at Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) 2020
Predictors of Iliocaval In-stent Restenosis. Lynne Martin, MD, Josh K.Y. Swee, MSc, Tarub S Mabud, MD, Msc, Victoria Arendt, MD, William T. Kuo, Lawrence “Rusty” Hofmann, MD. Stanford University, Stanford, CA USA
Factors affecting survival of VA patients with hepatocellular carcinoma: A nationwide evaluation
Principle Investigator: Rajesh Shah
Awards: Moskowitz grant
Iliocaval in-stent restenosis
Manuscript in progress
Principle Investigator: Lawrence (Rusty) Hofmann
Advancing Surgery and Radiology inter-departmental communication through joint feedback and inter-resident education.
Faculty Mentor: Payam Massaband
Awards: Project approval for participation in Stanford’s RADCombinator program
Diagnostic Radiology Junior Chief Resident
Medical Student Teaching/Lecturer | Stanford University
Clinical Teaching Seminar Series, Honors Scholar | Stanford
Project: Developing a joint radiology-surgery didactic and case-based lecture series
Participant in the Residency Leadership Through Design?
Interventional Radiology Mentor for the Stanford Navigating Medicine Mentors
Created and organize the Stanford Trauma Surgery-Radiology Case Conference
Lagree Instructor, Core Studio 2019-2020
Previous diving and gymnastics coach
Previous captain of Trinity University's Conference Championship team
Springboard Diving Team Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Character and Community Involvement Award
Multiple top 5 Conference finisher for diving
Prior gymnast with multiple state, regional, and national top 5 finishes and championships
Citizenship: U.S.A. and Netherlands
Clinical Associate Professor, Radiology
BioPayam Massaband received his Bachelors degree in Neuroscience at UCLA in 1998 and MD degree at USC in 2002. Dr. Massaband has been a staff radiologist at the VA Palo Alto since graduating from Radiology residency and fellowship at Stanford in 2010. Dr. Massaband concentrated on imaging of the cardiovascular and musculoskeletal organ systems in fellowship. As chief of the Radiology Service at VA Palo Alto since 2012, he has concentrated on clinical excellence, process improvement and residency education. Dr. Massaband was named the Stanford Radiology Residency Program Director in 2015.
Tarik F. Massoud, MD, PhD
Professor of Radiology (Neuroimaging and Neurointervention)
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy current interests are in molecular and translational imaging of the brain especially in neuro-oncology and cerebrovascular diseases, experimental aspects of neuroimaging, clinical neuroradiology, neuroradiological anatomy, and research education and academic training of radiologists and scientists.
Jennifer A McNab
Associate Professor (Research) of Radiology (Radiological Sciences Laboratory)
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy research is focused on developing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods that probe brain tissue microstructure. This requires new MRI contrast mechanisms, strategic encoding and reconstruction schemes, physiological monitoring, brain tissue modeling and validation. Applications of these methods include neuronavigation, neurosurgical planning and the development of improved biomarkers for brain development, degeneration, disease and injury.
Professor of Radiology at the Stanford University Medical Center, Emeritus
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsAbdominal imaging,
Mesenteries, peritoneum, omentum, pancreatic anatomy and embryology.
Third World diseases.
Postdoctoral Scholar, Radiology
BioGolnaz Moallem is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Personalized Integrative Medicine Laboratory in the Department of Radiology at Stanford University. Her research interests include machine learning and computer vision applications in clinical data analysis, particularly the design and development of deep vision systems for medical image analysis including image classification and object detection. She completed her B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Isfahan University of Technology, and her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University.
Senior Research Scientist - Physical, Rad/Radiological Sciences Laboratory
Current Role at StanfordSenior Research Scientist
Professor of Radiology (Radiological Sciences Lab)
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMR physics into tissue contrast mechanisms such as diffusion, perfusion, and functional imaging describes the research direction. Applications of cerebral stroke (brain attacks) and neurocognitive disorders are also being developed from these methods
Peter S. Moskowitz, M.D.
Staff Emeritus Retiree, Radiology - Pediatric Radiology
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsPediatric diagnostic imaging, stress and burnout prevention, physician career transitions, life planning for physicians and physicians in training, the disruptive physician, job search strategies for physicians in training
Julie Muccini, MS, OTR/L
Research Engineer, Rad/Musculoskeletal Imaging
BioJulie Muccini is an occupational therapist specializing in working with individuals with neurological diagnoses. She is registered and licensed in California and is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and the Occupational Therapy Association of California (OTAC). She is actively involved in research on recovery post-stroke. She works in the Human Performance Lab with an interdisciplinary team integrating biomechanics, biomedical engineering, physiology, psychology, and rehabilitation. Ms. Muccini received her bachelor's of science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research and her master's of science from Boston University in Occupational Therapy. She started working at the hospital at Stanford in 1997 and transitioned to the Outpatient Neuro Rehab Clinic at the Stanford Neurosciences Health Center in 2014. In March 2021, Julie moved over to the Stanford School of Medicine to work in the Human Performance Lab at the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation, ACSR.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Radiology
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMachine learning in medicine