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  • Lisa Rogo-Gupta

    Lisa Rogo-Gupta

    Clinical Associate Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecology
    Clinical Associate Professor (By courtesy), Urology

    BioDr. Rogo-Gupta is a urogynecologist and Associate Division Director of Gynecology and Gynecologic Specialties, Clinic Chief of the Ambulatory Gynecology Service Line, and Well-Being Director for the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In her current roles, Dr. Rogo-Gupta seeks to incorporate physician well-being into strategic decisions impacting all parts of the academic mission—clinical care, education, and research. She is particularly proud of operational changes to increase efficiency and improve both patient and physician experience. Under her leadership gynecology was recognized as one of the TOP 10 patient experience drivers across the enterprise. Dr. Rogo-Gupta is passionate about teaching and mentoring and has received numerous awards throughout her career and enjoys lecturing locally and abroad.

    Dr. Rogo-Gupta’s experiences in clinical operations and medical education have given her a unique perspective on faculty development needs at academic medical centers. She is actively involved in the design and implementation of department-wide programs including mentorship and coaching, critical event support, faculty didactics, and the Obstetrics and Gynecology Stanford Network for Advancement and Promotion program.

    Dr. Rogo-Gupta proudly joined Stanford in 2013 following residency at Columbia University and fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she also completed the NIH K30 Graduate Research Training Program. Dr. Rogo-Gupta’s research interests include surgery outcomes and institutional and national levels her work has been widely published and recognized by the American Board of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She currently serves on the Editorial Board of her specialty journal, Urogynecology.

  • Tope Rude, MD

    Tope Rude, MD

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Urology

    BioDr. Rude is a board-certified, fellowship-trained urologist and pelvic reconstructive surgeon with Stanford Health Care Pelvic Health Center and the Stanford Urology Clinic. She is also a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Urology at Stanford University School of Medicine.

    Dr. Rude specializes in pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. She is skilled in male and female genitourinary (urinary tract and reproductive organ) reconstruction, complex voiding dysfunction (issues with urinating), and neurourology (bladder problems related to spinal injuries and neurological disorders). She offers the full spectrum of care for pelvic organ prolapse, customized for the individual patient, and including vaginal surgery, robot assisted surgery, mesh augmented repairs, hysterectomy and obliterative procedures. She also offers broad surgical options for urethral reconstruction, including novel minimally invasive techniques, open repair with graft augmentation, and robot assisted repairs. Robotic approaches to care for distal ureteral stricture disease, neurogenic bladder and urinary fistula allow her to provide excellent outcomes for patients.

    Her research interests include improving patient-reported outcomes after pelvic organ prolapse surgery, as well as the medical and surgical management of neurogenic (nervous system based) bladder and complex voiding dysfunction. She has also studied the interaction between race and prostate cancer treatment among the veteran population. Her active research endeavors include clinical trial of a novel implanted peripheral neuromodulation device for urgency incontinence and multi-center studies of voiding dysfunction.

    Dr. Rude has received numerous awards, including winning first place in the socioeconomic category of the American Urologic Association’s (AUA) New York Section Annual Valentine Essay Contest. She also won best presentation at AUA’s Veteran Affairs Forum. Dr. Rude received the Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU) Chemodenervation Grant and the National Institutes of Health/National Medical Association Travel Award.

    Dr. Rude has published in several peer-reviewed journals, including Cancer, The Journal of Urology, and Urology. She has delivered presentations at the annual meetings of AUA and SUFU. In addition, she has presented at the World Congress of Endourology and Uro-Technology.

    Dr. Rude is a member of AUA and SUFU. She is awas an inaugural fellow of the Well Black Woman Institute, which is part of The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness in Madison, Wisconsin.

  • Mirabela Rusu

    Mirabela Rusu

    Assistant Professor of Radiology (Integrative Biomedical Imaging Informatics) and, by courtesy, of Urology and of Biomedical Data Science

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsDr. Mirabela Rusu focuses on developing analytic methods for biomedical data integration, with a particular interest in radiology-pathology fusion. Such integrative methods may be applied to create comprehensive multi-scale representations of biomedical processes and pathological conditions, thus enabling their in-depth characterization.

  • Sumit Shah

    Sumit Shah

    Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine - Oncology
    Clinical Associate Professor (By courtesy), Urology

    BioDr. Sumit Shah specializes in the management of advanced urologic malignancies such as prostate, kidney, bladder, and testicular cancers. He also serves as an investigator on numerous clinical trials, with a focus on novel immunotherapy agents. His academic interests also include digital health technologies and novel healthcare delivery services, both in the domestic and international setting. Dr. Shah graduated with distinction in biomedical engineering from Duke University, received his medical doctorate from Stanford University, and Masters in Public Health from Harvard University. He completed his internal medicine residency at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) where he stayed on faculty for one year before returning to Stanford for his fellowship training in medical oncology, where he now serves on the faculty.

  • Jay Shah

    Jay Shah

    Associate Professor of Urology

    BioDr. Jay Shah, MD currently serves as Chief of the Medical Staff for Stanford Health Care. He is a cancer surgeon and associate professor of Urology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. His clinical focus is on bladder cancer, and he is well known for his expertise in robotic surgery. His academic interests center on optimizing outcomes after bladder removal surgery. He is very active in leadership development, team building, and quality improvement work and he lectures nationally and internationally on these topics. He is also certified by the International Coaching Federation as an executive coach.

    Dr. Shah graduated from Harvard College, and he completed medical school and urology residency training at Columbia University. During his time at Columbia, Dr. Shah was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society; he was named Physician of the Year by the nursing staff; and he was recognized by the medical students with the Gold Foundation Excellence in Teaching Award. After residency, he completed a three-year fellowship in Urologic Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center and then joined the faculty there. During his time at MD Anderson, Dr. Shah launched the bladder cancer robotics program, developed an enhanced recovery program for patients undergoing bladder removal surgery, became double board-certified in Urology and Medical Quality, and was chosen to lead the MDACC Genitourinary Center as Center Medical Director.
    In his free time, Dr. Shah enjoys reading, cooking, and exploring the beaches of Northern California with his family and three dogs.

    In his free time, Dr. Shah enjoys reading, cooking, surfing, hiking and exploring the beaches of Northern California in his Jeep Wrangler with his family and 2 dogs.

  • Kunj Sheth

    Kunj Sheth

    Assistant Professor of Urology

    BioDr. Kunj Sheth is a pediatric urologist who focuses on minimally-invasive approaches to children’s surgery and treatment of complex patients. She is currently in the Biodesign Faculty Fellows Program. Her research focuses on the design and development of health technology specifically for children. She is also working to improve surgical education for residents through 3-dimensional modeling for minimally-invasive surgery. She is a part of the UCSF-Stanford Pediatric Device Consortium. Kunj graduated from Northwestern University with an undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering. She attended Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and completed a Urology residency training program at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. She then completed a fellowship in Pediatric Urology at Baylor College of Medicine - Texas Children's Hospital.

  • Eugene Shkolyar, MD

    Eugene Shkolyar, MD

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Urology

    BioEugene Shkolyar, MD is a urologic oncologist who specializes in treating patients with bladder, prostate, kidney, and testis cancers. He is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Urology at the Stanford School of Medicine.

    Dr. Shkolyar has expertise in open, endoscopic, and robotic surgery and in caring for patients with complex urologic oncology needs. Dr. Shkolyar is actively engaged in translational research, with a particular interest in integrating artificial intelligence into bladder cancer treatment and the development of novel biomarkers for cancer detection. His commitment to continual innovation ensures that his patients have access to the latest and most effective treatment options.

    Dr. Shkolyar was born in Kyiv, Ukraine, and raised in New York. He attended Cornell University for his undergraduate education and went on to UCLA for medical school. Following medical school, Dr. Shkolyar completed a residency in urology at Stanford, where he developed his interest in urologic oncology, translational bladder cancer research and teaching. He went on to complete a two-year fellowship in urologic oncology at Stanford School of Medicine gaining additional skills in management of complex urologic cancers. Dr. Shkolyar is the recipient of numerous honors and awards, including membership in the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honors society and a research scholar award from the Urology Care Foundation. In addition, he has authored and co-authored numerous publications in urology, artificial intelligence, and device development.

    Dr. Shkolyar is a member of the Society of Urologic Oncology, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, the American Urological Association, and the European Association of Urology.

  • Linda M. Dairiki Shortliffe

    Linda M. Dairiki Shortliffe

    Stanley McCormick Memorial Professor in the School of Medicine, Emerita

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsThe timing for intervention in obstruction in the infant and child is poorly understood.Our group has been interested in trying to define the risks that may be involved in obstructive and infectious uropathies and discovering early signs of damage to the urinary tract and kidney. We have explored ways of imaging the urinary tract using nonionizing radiation (US, MRI). We have studied the relationships of sex steroid hormones, pregnancy, reflux, urinary tract infection and urinary tract function.

  • Eila C. Skinner

    Eila C. Skinner

    Thomas A. Stamey Research Professor of Urology

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy research focuses on outcomes in the treatment of muscle invasive and high-grade non-muscle invasive bladder cancer. This includes identifying markers of prognosis, predictive markers for response to surgery and chemotherapy, and working toward an individualized, multidisciplinary approach to disease management. I have also focused on optimizing the use of lower urinary tract reconstruction in patients undergoing cystectomy, and developing interventions to improve patient quality of life.