Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator in Dr. Joe Hsu Lab, part of the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine in Stanford University School of Medicine. I received my medical school degree from Universidad de Oriente in Venezuela (2020) and plan to apply for medical residency in the future. I am currently coordinating 2 National Institute of Health sponsored trials along with 1 industry sponsored study. My main research is a 1-year observational study of acute respiratory infections in immunocompromised patients, designed to better understand the changing epidemiology of community acquired viral infections in a post-COVID era. This position has also given me the opportunity to improve my scientific communication skills by participating as a co-author on 2 manuscripts that are pending submission. In addition, I have participated in clinical shadowing of Dr. Hsu during his outpatient pulmonary Graft-versus-Host-Disease clinic and during his rounds attending in the Cardiovascular Vascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) of Stanford Hospital.
Current Role at Stanford
Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator in the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine in Stanford University School of Medicine