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  • Madika Bryant

    Madika Bryant

    Administrative Director, School of Medicine - Student Affairs

    Current Role at Stanford Administrative Director for the Practice of Medicine (POM) course.

  • Jennifer Deitz

    Jennifer Deitz

    Adm Svcs Admstr 3, School of Medicine - Student Affairs

    Current Role at Stanford Director of Research and Evaluation. Oversee a team of researchers, analysts, evaluators and scholars. Together, we work to promote medical education and innovation through rigorous research and evaluation, and to improve knowledge and understanding of teaching and learning by engaging a local and national community of educator scholars.

    We conduct qualitative and quantitative research; develop and manage technical systems to support evaluation, curriculum management, and assessment. We support strategy, implementation and outcomes assessment for major initiatives and innovations in education, and we publish and present at national conferences.

    We've made important contributions to major initiatives and programs in the School of Medicine including:

    -- Educators for Care (E4C) mentorship program
    -- Criterion-Based Evaluation System (CBES) - an improved grading and assessment system for required clerkships
    -- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation "Reimagining Medical Education" project - multi-institutional development of a flexible and exportable video modules and interactive in-class session for microbiology
    -- iPad Initiative - introducing use of iPads into pre-clerkship and clerkship education
    -- Ongoing study and monitoring of student wellness and the learning environment

  • Cynthia Irvine

    Cynthia Irvine

    Associate Dean, Office of Medical Education, School of Medicine - Student Affairs

    Current Role at Stanford Assistant Dean for Medical Education (MD Program); Co-Director, Scholarly Concentration in Medical Education

  • Christine Solari

    Christine Solari

    Administrative Director, Teaching and Mentoring Academy, School of Medicine - Student Affairs

    Bio Christine Solari, Ed.D., is the Administrative Director of the Stanford Medicine Teaching and Mentoring Academy. In this role she collaborates with the faculty co-directors to oversee all aspects of the Academy's programming, which promotes excellence in teaching and mentoring through grants programs, teaching and mentoring skills training, peer coaching and mentoring programs, and appointments and promotions support.

    Prior to this role, Christine served in the School of Medicine first as the Pre-clerkship Curriculum Manager in the Office of Medical Education and then as the Curriculum Administrator in the Registrar's Office. Before arriving at the School of Medicine, Christine held a variety of roles in education. Her classroom teaching experience includes serving as a lecturer at both SFSU and the College of San Mateo, as well as teaching in SFSU's Educational Opportunity Program's Summer Bridge. Her administrative experience includes serving as the Associate Director of California Campus Compact, a statewide membership organization that supports colleges and universities as they engage students in service learning, building bridges between their academic study and its application to real world problems. Additionally, she served as the director of Stanford Upward Bound, a federally-funded college access program for low-income high school students who will be the first in their families to attend college. In this role, Christine also taught Education 102: Examining Social Structures, Power and Educational Access to Stanford undergraduates selected as Youth and Education Summer Fellows. Her passion for teaching and educational equity is the common thread that runs through her professional experience.

    Christine earned her B.A. in English with minors in Women's Studies and French at U.C. Davis, her M.A. in English Literature with an emphasis on teaching composition at San Francisco State University, and her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership at San Francisco State University. Her doctoral dissertation studied anti-racist teaching at a public high school. Outside of work, Christine is a lifelong student of ballet, a member of the Oakland-based SambaFunk dance group, and part of the teaching team for the Untraining, a facilitator training focused on ending collusion in racism and all forms of oppression.