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  • Kajal Khanna

    Kajal Khanna

    Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

    Current Research and Scholarly Interests Global pediatric emergency medicine research, educational scholarship, pediatric emergency medical care in low- and middle- income countries and rights-based approaches to health systems development

  • Michael A. Kohn

    Michael A. Kohn

    Clinical Professor, Emergency Medicine

    Bio Michael Kohn is Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at Stanford and Professor Emeritus of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UCSF. He was an attending emergency physician at Mills-Peninsula Medical Center in Burlingame until May of 2018. For the past 20 years, he has taught in UCSF?s Training in Clinical Research (TICR) Program, directing or co-directing courses on research methods, clinical epidemiology, and database management. He also co-directs (with Steven Goodman) Stanford?s Epi 219, ?Evaluating Technologies for Diagnosis, Prediction, and Screening?. He provides consultations to clinical investigators who need help with study design, sample size calculations, data management, and statistical analysis. His primary research interest is testing for diagnosis and prediction. He co-authored (with Thomas Newman) the clinical epidemiology textbook ?Evidence-Based Diagnosis,? is a contributing author to Hulley et al, ?Designing Clinical Research,? and created the UCSF CTSI?s online sample size calculators (

  • Sara Marie Krzyzaniak

    Sara Marie Krzyzaniak

    Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

    Bio Sara M. Krzyzaniak, MD FACEP is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She joined the Stanford University family after 8 years at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria where she served in multiple education roles including EM Clerkship Director and Residency Assistant/Associate Program Director. While in these roles she received several awards recognizing her excellence in teaching and education including "Mentor of the year", "Teacher of the year", and "Outstanding Junior Faculty". She was also recognized nationally by the American College of Emergency Physicians with the "National Emergency Medicine Junior Faculty Teaching Award".

    Dr. Krzyzaniak's scholarly work has included curriculum development for pediatric stabilization and resuscitation for low-middle income countries, development and implementation of an augmented reality application for pediatric code cart instruction, and best practices in social media for physicians. Presently her scholarly work focuses on the remediation of struggling learners and gender issues in academic medicine. She has also been a course director for Residents as Teachers curriculum as well as an Intern Preparatory Course for medical students.

    Beyond her scholarly endeavors and residency leadership roles, Dr. Krzyzaniak also serves as the Chief Operating Officer for the national faculty development program Faculty Incubator which is supported by the medical education startup Academic Life in Emergency Medicine.

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