Dr. Riskin is Adjunct Professor of Surgery and Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Informatics Research. His research interests include healthcare quality, technology, and policy. With a focus on translational research, developed products are in use by leading health systems and insurers influencing the care of millions of patients.
Dr. Riskin's medical credentials include a MD from Boston University, residency in surgery at UCLA, and fellowship in critical care and acute care surgery at Stanford University. He is board-certified in four specialties, including surgery, critical care, palliative care, and clinical informatics. His business training includes a MBA with a focus in bioinformatics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship.