Dr. Jenelle Jindal currently is a BMIR affiliate in the lab of Dr. Nigam Shah at Stanford. Her interests lie in using AI to help better patient outcomes and reduce healthcare system waste.
She has experience as an operator within the healthcare system, serving as medical director at El Camino Hospital in Silicon Valley launching telestroke and 24/7/365 thrombectomy care. Subsequently the hospital was recognized by the Joint Commission with a new higher level of Thrombectomy Capable Certification. She also completed a tour of duty helping in the Emergency Operations Center of Santa Clara County during the COVID-19 pandemic assisting with antigen testing deployment and increasing vaccination uptake.
She is also an experienced neurologist, caring for thousands of patients as a practicing physician. Her clinical focus has included treating strokes, brain hemorrhage, epilepsy, and neurodegenerative disease in the emergency room, ICU, and hospital wards. She was founder and CEO running a private medical practice for nearly 7 years and served as a Medical Advisory Board member of the Pacific Stroke Association.
Dr. Jindal is a graduate of Stanford University, Yale School of Medicine, and completed residency and fellowship at the Harvard hospitals of Mass General and Brigham & Womens.