Jessica Ngo, MD
Jessica Ngo is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. She completed a fellowship in EMS and Disaster Medicine at Stanford and is a Medical Team Manager with FEMA Urban Search and Rescue, California Task Force 3. She is one of the founders and co-director of SEMPER. She has practiced emergency and disaster medicine internationally. She has a passion for disaster response as well as education. She started a disaster medicine curriculum for the Stanford emergency medicine residents. Dr. Ngo has lectured internationally on disaster response with a goal of collaborating and educating providers around the world.
Christopher J. Magnani
Chris is a medical student currently enrolled at Stanford University's School of Medicine. Chris has been invovled in several teaching roles at Stanford, including as a teaching assistant for the medical school's anatomy course (SURG 203) as well as "Wilderness Leadership and Mentorship Skills for Medical Students" (EMED 235). Chris has also directed the anatomy course for Stanford SPLASH, which provides opportunities for high school students to explore interests in various subjects. Before Stanford, Chris completed an A.B. in Chemistry and Astrophysics in 2015 at Harvard and an MPhil in Chemistry in 2016 at the University of Cambridge where he was the John Eliot Scholar.
Colin M. Bucks, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine, Co-Director of SEMPER
Dan Imler, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Ronak B. Patel, MD MPH – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine
Julie Racioppi, RN MSN – Clinician Nurse IV, Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine
Gina Suh, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford Medicine Division of Infectious Disease
Kim Voronin, LCSW – Disaster Mental Health Clinician and Social Work Clinician, Stanford Department of Social Work and Case Management