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  • Oyindamola Ikepo Ogunlaja

    Oyindamola Ikepo Ogunlaja

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Neurology & Neurological Sciences

    BioDr. Ogunlaja is a board-certified, fellowship-trained neurologist. She provides patient care in the Stanford Headache Clinic. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Neurology, Headache Division.

    Her specialized skills include Botox therapy for chronic migraine, trigger point injection procedures, and occipital nerve blocks.

    Her prior experience includes serving as a consultant neurologist at King’s College Hospital in London.

    Dr. Ogunlaja was a clinical research fellow in the Headache Group at King’s College. She was a physician member of the Dementia Consensus Panel of the Health and Aging in Africa Study.

    She also conducted research at the Unit of Health-Care Epidemiology in the University of Oxford’s Department of Public Health. She investigated the epidemiology of patients hospitalized for sickle cell disease in England.

    Dr. Ogunlaja has published in peer-reviewed journals including Headache and Current Pain and Headache Reports. She has presented her research findings to her peers at the International Headache Conference.

    She is a member of the American Headache Society.

  • Maurice M. Ohayon, MD, DSc, PhD

    Maurice M. Ohayon, MD, DSc, PhD

    Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (Sleep Medicine)

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMain focus is epidemiology of sleep and psychiatric disorders in the general population and clinical settings: 1)sleep habits and patterns; 2) prevalence, diagnosis, co-morbidity, treatment and Public Health impact of sleep disorders; 3) pain, posttraumatic stress disorder, social phobia, panic disorder and generalized anxiety; 4) epidemiology of narcolepsy and hypersomnia.

  • David E. Oji

    David E. Oji

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery

    BioDr. David Oji is a board certified and fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in the operative and non-operative treatment of all aspects of foot and ankle disorders. After finishing his orthopaedic surgery residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, he did his fellowship at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland under the leadership of Dr. Lew Schon, the former president of the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society. There he underwent advanced training in the forefront of foot and ankle surgery including total ankle replacements, use of stem cells to promote healing of acute and chronic conditions, non-fusion techniques of great toe arthritis, and complex ankle and foot reconstruction.

    During his training, he assisted in treating the Baltimore Orioles and amateur ballet dancers. Dr. Oji also took part in conducting advanced biomechanical and clinical research and has written chapters in textbooks with topics ranging from arthroscopic treatment of talar cartilage defects to the diabetic foot.

    After fellowship, he was in private practice working closely with the community as the team physicians for many of the local high school sports teams.

    In June of 2017, Dr. Oji joined the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine as a Clinical Assistant Professor. In addition to his usual clinical and educational responsibilities, he is also one of the team physicians for Stanford University Athletic programs.

    Since starting at Stanford, he has been on the forefront of ankle and foot surgery. He has performed the first out patient total ankle replacement and the first total talar replacement at Stanford. He is an advocate of minimally invasive ankle and foot surgery performing one of the first MIS (minimally invasive surgery) bunion surgeries in the Bay Area. Whenever possible, the smallest incision and the least invasive approach will be done to allow the patient to heal faster including tendosopy, small joint arthroscopy, endoscopic Haglund's resection, minimally invasive osteotomy, and minimally invasive great toe cheilectomy.

    He has a special focus in the treatment of ankle and foot orthopaedic sports injuries such as chronic ankle instability, cartilage injuries, Achilles injuries, using surgery only as a last resort to return the patient to peak athletic form.

    In addition, he has extensive experience in complex ankle and foot reconstruction such as ankle replacements, flatfeet reconstruction, fusions of the foot and hindfoot, and Charcot foot/ankle reconstruction.

  • Fernando Fabian Okonski

    Fernando Fabian Okonski

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

    BioDr. Okonski is an anesthesiologist specializing in pediatric anesthesia, regional anesthesia and acute pain management. He comes to Stanford after two decades of experience working in a tertiary care private practice where he led the pediatric anesthesia team. Additionally, he was part of the adult cardiac anesthesia, echocardiography, regional anesthesia, and acute pain management teams.

    Outside the hospital, global medicine is a priority, and Dr. Okonski has travelled extensively on medical mission trips throughout the globe. Finally, he has a special interest in marine mammal medicine, and he works regularly with veterinarians at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito providing anesthesia and research support for perioperative care of pinnipeds and cetaceans.

  • Caroline Okorie

    Caroline Okorie

    Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatrics - Pulmonary Medicine

    BioDr. Okorie is board certified in pediatric pulmonology, sleep medicine and general pediatrics and joined the Division of Pediatric Pulmonary, Asthma and Sleep Medicine in 2018. She obtained her medical degree and Master’s in Public Health at the University of Arizona before going on to a residency and chief residency in pediatrics at Oregon Health & Science University. She completed her fellowship training in both pediatric pulmonary medicine and sleep medicine at Stanford University. She has a passion for medical education and serves as an Associate Program Director for the Pediatric Residency Program at Stanford.

    She treats children with a variety of lung diseases, including: asthma, chronic cough, cystic fibrosis, chronic respiratory failure, and chronic lung disease of prematurity. Her additional training in sleep medicine allows her expertise to treat sleep disorders, including: sleep disordered breathing, parasomnias, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome, and insomnia.

  • Eric Olcott

    Eric Olcott

    Professor of Radiology (Veterans Affairs), Emeritus

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsBody imaging utilizing CT, ultrasound and MRI. Imaging of appendicitis. Imaging of pancreatic and biliary malignancies. Imaging of trauma. Magnetic resonance angiography.

  • Donald M. Olson

    Donald M. Olson

    Associate Professor of Neurology at the Stanford University Medical Center, Emeritus

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsEpilepsy in children and adolescents. Particular interest in clinical neurophysiology (EEG and video EEG), differential diagnosis of seizures in children, and selection of patients who will benefit from epilepsy surger.

  • Nichole Olson

    Nichole Olson

    Clinical Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

    BioDr. Nichole Olson is a Clinical Assistant Professor and licensed psychologist in the INSPIRE Clinic and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) program at Stanford. Dr. Olson completed her masters and doctorate degrees at Northwestern University in Chicago and finished her postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University. Dr. Olson specializes in evidence-based, recovery-oriented care for individuals with psychosis, providing both individual and group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp) to adults within the INSPIRE Clinic. In addition, Dr. Olson leads trainings and ongoing consultation for providers learning to implement CBTp. As a clinician and Assistant Director of Stanford’s DBT program, Dr. Olson also provides individual DBT treatment for those with emotion regulation difficulties.

  • Antonio Omuro, MD

    Antonio Omuro, MD

    Joseph D. Grant Professor

    BioDr. Omuro is a neuro-oncologist and chair of the Department of Neurology & Neurological Sciences. Previously, Dr. Omuro held leadership roles including chief of Neuro-Oncology at Yale Cancer Center and chief of the Neuro-Oncology Division at the University of Miami. He received fellowship training in neuro-oncology from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

    As a worldwide leader in neuro-oncology, Dr. Omuro is at the forefront of the latest advances in cancer care. He is passionate about developing new therapies to treat glioblastoma and other types of gliomas (tumors of the brain or spine). He specializes in innovative treatments, including targeted medications, immune-checkpoint inhibitors, and other immunotherapies (treatments that activate or suppress the immune system).
    Dr. Omuro is a physician-researcher who has been the principal investigator in multiple clinical trials, and he has been awarded dozens of research grants from organizations all over the globe. His research interests include novel treatments for gliomas and primary central nervous system lymphoma. He has also studied the neurological effects of cancer. Dr. Omuro led the largest international clinical trial ever conducted to explore treatments for glioblastoma.

    Dr. Omuro has presented and lectured to colleagues across the nation and around the world, including in South Korea, Brazil, France, Japan, and Switzerland. He has published more than 140 articles in dozens of peer-reviewed journals, such as American Journal of Neuroradiology, Cancer, Neuro-Oncology, and Neuro-Oncology Advances. Dr. Omuro completed his residency in Neurology at the University of Sao Paulo School of Medicine in Brazil, his native country, and worked as a clinician and researcher at Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital, Sorbonne Universities in Paris, France.

    He has reviewed articles for more than 30 medical journals, including The New England Journal of Medicine and The Lancet. Dr. Omuro has also published several book chapters, and he cowrote a book entitled Meningiomas: Comprehensive Strategies for Management. In addition, Dr. Omuro has served on the editorial board for many academic journals, including the Journal of Neuro-Oncology and Current Opinion in Neurology.

    Dr. Omuro is a fellow of the American Academy of Neurology. He is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, Society for Neuro-Oncology, and American Association for Cancer Research. Dr. Omuro is committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in health care, and he has served as a mentor for many physicians and researchers.

  • Yoshikazu Ono

    Yoshikazu Ono

    Visiting Instructor/Lecturer, Cardiothoracic Surgery

    BioYoshikazu Ono is a pediatric cardiovascular surgeon who is board certified by The Japanese Board of Cardiovascular Surgery.

    He graduated from Nagoya City University in 2015 and began his internship at Nagoya City East Medical Center. He then completed his residency in cardiovascular surgery at the National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center. He completed a fellowship in pediatric cardiovascular surgery at the same institution after a three-year residency.

    His main interests are congenital cardiac defects and mechanical support in children. He is dedicated to improving the safety and durability of surgical treatments and ventricular assist devices for these patients.