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Bryant Lin, MD, MEng is a primary care physician, educator and researcher. The cornerstone of Dr. Lin's work is keeping medicine focused on humans - patients, providers, families and trainees - and not lost in technology and algorithms. His research and educational interests span (1) Developing and testing novel medical technologies, (2) Improving the health of Asian populations with Precision and Population Health, and (3) Increasing expression and interconnections in the Health Community with the Humanities and Arts. After receiving his undergraduate and master's degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT, he completed his MD and internal Medicine training at Tufts University School of Medicine and Tufts Medical Center. He came to Stanford to serve as a Research Fellow in Cardiac Electrophysiology and Biodesign Fellow where he learned to identify unmet human-centered needs. Since completing his post-graduate training, he stayed at Stanford as clinical faculty in Primary Care and Population Health in the Department of Medicine where he has invented and researched new medical technologies addressing unmet human-centered needs and started the Consultative Medicine Clinic evaluating patients with medical mysteries. He served as the Training Director for the Joe and Linda Chlapaty DECIDE Center which has created a novel shared decision making tool for atrial fibrillation anti-coagulation and is an investigator in several active clinical trials. Three years ago, he co-founded and currently co-directs, with Dr. Latha Palaniappan, the Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE) which aims to improve the health of Asians everywhere. Most recently, he has worked closely with the Medicine and the Muse leadership to help start the Stuck@Home concert series, the Stanford SoundWalk and the COVID Remembrance project. In 2021, Dr. Lin was appointed the Director of Medical Humanities and Arts at Stanford. Dr. Lin has an active interest in storytelling and film-making. He co-directs an undergraduate seminar, MED 53Q “Storytelling in Medicine”, with Dr. Lauren Edwards and is working with a group of students on a documentary on end-of-life care at a Japanese-American Senior Home in the Bay Area. Most recently, he started and co-teaches "MED 216: Generative AI and Medicine" and is working on several Generative AI related research projects..
-Digital Health -Medical device design, prototyping, testing and clinical trials-Behavioral determinants of chronic disease-Novel diagnostic processes for medical mysteries-Asian Health-Medical Humanities and Arts-Medical Technology
Evaluation of the Integrated Radio Frequency Denervation System to Improve Glycemic Control in Type 2 Diabetic Subjects
The objective of this early feasibility study is to evaluate the safety and performance of
intravascular hepatic denervation using the Metavention Integrated Radio Frequency
Denervation System (iRF System) to improve glycemic control in type 2 diabetes subjects.
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Engaging Patients to Help Achieve Increased Patient Choice and Engagement for AFib Stroke Prevention
A multi-center, randomized controlled 2-arm trial comparing the effectiveness of an
innovative shared decision-making pathway and usual care for Atrial Fibrillation Stroke
Stanford is currently not accepting patients for this trial.
For more information, please contact Katie DeSutter, 650-725-4151.
A Study to Establish a New Onset Hyperglycemia and Diabetes Cohort
Create a large biobank of blood samples and data from subjects with new onset hyperglycemia
and diabetes (NOD).