The SCI-CCTO welcomes Sanjana Karamcheti, our new ACRC with GynOnc. Sanjana graduated from Emory University in May of 2022 with a degree in Chemistry and a minor in Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies. Prior to joining the SCI-CCTO she worked as an Emergency Department Medical Scribe in San Jose, CA. She is looking forward to learning more about cancer clinical trials and understanding the various steps needed to ensure proper conduct from trial start-up to close-out. In her free-time, she enjoys hiking, and watching cooking shows on TV. Please help us welcome Sanjana!
The SCI-CCTO welcomes Jerry Zhang, our new CRCA with Hematology. Jerry graduated from UC Irvine with a BS in Human Biology along with a Minor in Medical Anthropology. Prior to joining the SCI-CCTO, Jerry worked as a Life Science Research Professional in Stanford’s OBGYN department while running a nonprofit called Syllabary which connects students with tutors remotely. In his free time, Jerry enjoys volunteering, badminton, swimming, and computer games. He is looking forward toward learning how clinical research is conducted and is excited to work with everyone at the SCI-CCTO. Please help us welcome Jerry!
The SCI-CCTO welcomes Kendall Levine, our new CRC2 with BMT. She attended San Francisco State University and graduated with a BS in Health Education. Prior to joining the SCI-CCTO, she worked for UCSF for almost 4 years as a clinical research coordinator in their hematology and oncology department. One of her passions has been supporting and facilitating a cancer support group and expanding access to clinical trials for an underserved population at the county level hospitals in San Francisco. She looks forward to expanding her portfolio of therapeutic study experience and is excited to take a deeper dive into a new disease group. Outside of work, Kendall enjoys traveling and watching SF Giants games! Please help us welcome Kendall!
The SCI-CCTO welcomes Claire Billman, our new CRCA with Melanoma. Claire recently graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle, WA with a BS in Global Public Health and Interdisciplinary Honors. Claire is excited to work at Stanford and the SCI-CCTO as both groups have a shared mission of patient focused medical innovation. She believes her work as a CRCA will be impactful as it has the potential to help current as well as, future patients, fighting Melanoma and other Cutaneous cancers. In addition to the impactful work of the SCI-CCTO, she is excited to tap into the Stanford network and learn from all of her peers. Finally, as a Palo Alto native Claire has always enjoyed her time at Stanford and is proud to officially join the Stanford family. Please help us welcome Claire!
The SCI-CCTO welcomes Daniel Vu, our new CRCA with BMT. Daniel graduated from UC Davis with a degree in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior. Prior to joining the SCI-CCTO, Daniel was an Emergency Medicine Scribe. He is looking forward to meeting new people and starting a new career path. Please help us welcome Daniel!