Leaders

Stanford Anesthesia Informatics and Media (AIM) Lab + LAN/Live Architecture

 

Larry Chu, MD, MS

Dr. Chu is an Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Director of the Stanford Anesthesia Informatics and Media (AIM) Lab at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is also the Executive Director of Stanford Medicine X. Dr. Chu’s AIM Lab is a nexus of innovation in anesthesia and postgraduate medical education at Stanford. Dr. Chu teaches three courses at the Stanford School of Medicine, Medical Education in the New Millennium, Design for Health, and Engage and Empower Me: A Patient Engagement Design course.
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Monika Wittig

Monika explores the collaborative potential of digital design + fabrication practices as Co-Founder and Director of LaN / live architecture network. LaN has engaged in design technology events across 18 countries since 2008. Her research at present focuses on forwarding increasingly accessible human health data as the next instrumental data set to drive parametric design of locally-customized architectural processes and changing models of design education.
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Geek and designer advisors

Barrett Larsen, MD

Stanford SAIL Lab
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Clint LeClair

River City Labs

Kam McCowan

EMT, Samuel Merritt University
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Jim Mooney

Hershey Medical Center

ePatient advisors

Liza Bernstein

Stanford Medicine X
ePatient Scholar
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Dana Lewis

Stanford Medicine X
ePatient Scholar
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Katie McCurdy

Stanford Medicine X
ePatient Scholar
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SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Larry Chu, MD, MS is an Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Director of the Stanford Anesthesia Informatics and Media (AIM) Lab at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is also the Executive Director of Stanford Medicine X. Dr. Chu’s AIM Lab is a nexus of innovation in anesthesia and postgraduate medical education at Stanford. Dr. Chu teaches three courses at the Stanford School of Medicine, Medical Education in the New Millennium, Design for Health, and Engage and Empower Me: A Patient Engagement Design course. His lab released the first iPad app from the School of Medicine in 2010, and has created START and STARTprep online learning programs that are used by over 40 anesthesia residency programs and more that 30% of all anesthesiology learners in the country. Most recently the AIM Lab has released two MOOC courses on Stanford OpenEdX. Dr. Chu was awarded the Teaching Recognition Award – Innovation in Education by the International Anesthesia Research Society in 2011. twitter-bird-16x16 @larrychu

Monika Wittig explores the collaborative potential of digital design + fabrication practices as Co-Founder and Director of LaN / live architecture network. LaN has engaged in design technology events across 18 countries since 2008. Traveling internationally as a lecturer and director of workshop experiences, Monika connects professionals and academics with advancing fabrication technologies delivering integrated CAD/CAM instruction in alliance with fabrication specialists. Her research at present focuses on forwarding increasingly accessible human health data as the next instrumental data set to drive parametric design of locally-customized architectural processes and changing models of design education. twitter-bird-16x16 @LaN_monika