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Rogier van der Sluijs
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Radiology
BioI am a postdoc at the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine & Imaging (AIMI) at Stanford University. As a medical doctor, epidemiologist, and scientist, my aim is to optimize healthcare through predictive modeling with a focus on deep learning in medical imaging.
Prior to joining AIMI, I obtained a PhD at the Department of Trauma Surgery at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. During my PhD, I developed mobile and desktop applications with integrated machine learning models (the Trauma Triage App) to aid field triage of trauma patients on the scene of injury. In addition, I worked on various deep learning projects, including fracture detection, localization, and classification, semantic segmentation of videos from robot-assisted surgery, and NLP-related projects.
Shreyas Vasanawala, MD/PhD
William R. Brody Professor of Pediatric Radiology and Child Health
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsOur group is focused on developing new fast and quantitative MRI techniques.
Administrative Associate 2, Radiology
Current Role at StanfordAdministrative Associate II, RSL
Dr. Spielman, PhD
Dr. Ennis, PhD
Dr. Setsompop, PhD
Dr. Herfkens, MD
Audrey Rose Verde
Affiliate, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other
Fellow in Radiology
Resident in Radiology
BioAudrey Verde, MD, PhD (she/her/hers) is a PGY4 radiology resident. She received her undergraduate degrees from North Carolina State University in Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Psychology. She then obtained her MD-PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, specializing in Neurobiology. For her Neurobiology PhD Dr. Verde was housed in a computer science laboratory, and assisted in developing a pipeline of tools to analyze diffusion weighted images, which she then used to perform DTI and quantitative tractography to investigate the episodic memory circuitry in cigarette smokers and nonsmokers. Dr. Verde continued at UNC Chapel Hill for an Internal Medicine intern year before joining the Stanford Radiology department for residency. During residency Dr. Verde has been involved in many projects spanning mentorship, diversity, advocacy, and informatics both within the Radiology Department, and within the Graduate Medical Education office. Dr. Verde was one of the founding members of the Radiology Diversity Trainee Committee, as well as the GME Diversity Committee. Within the GME Diversity Committee Dr. Verde is the Mentorship Chair, and through that position founded, and leads the Navigating Medicine Mentorship Program that aims to provide medical students with near peer resident mentors across all specialties, with a specific focus to uplift those who are underrepresented in medicine. Dr. Verde is also a mentor through the GME Women in Medicine Leadership Council, the First Generation Mentorship Program, and Stanford Women Association of Physician Scientists. Additionally, starting in the 2020-2021 academic year, Dr. Audrey Verde is the Radiology Specialty Career Advisor for the Stanford School of Medicine. Within informatics Dr. Verde has been an integral part of the Radiology IT Operations team assisting in selection, configuration, and testing of Sectra PACS for Stanford, as well as leading IT initiatives for the department. Dr. Verde will continue at Stanford for Neuroradiology Fellowship 2020-2022.