Clinical Informatics Fellows

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Jeehoon Jang, MD

Faculty Advisor

Michael Leu

Jeehoon Jang, MD finished his Internal Medicine residency in Englewood Hospital, NJ in 2020. He is interested in how mobile clinical decision support should be built to improve healthcare providers’ efficiency and satisfaction at the point of care as well as a usability test on the clinical decision support system. He is also interested in how machine learning algorithms can be utilized in healthcare data. He likes to run especially with rolling his 10-month-old son’s stroller and sing Korean pop songs.

Clinical Informatics Fellow


Zachary Liao, MD, MPH

Faculty Advisor

Michael Leu

Zachary C. Liao, MD, MPH completed internal medicine residency at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital. He is interested in machine learning, natural language processing, interoperability and public health informatics. He enjoys making music (piano, guitar and singing, in descending order of skill), and just bought a bicycle to explore Seattle on two wheels.

Clinical Informatics Fellow


Sarah Stewart, MD

Faculty Advisor

Michael Leu

Sarah Stewart, MD is a pediatrician. She grew up in Seattle and has spent the last 12 years in the Bay Area completing her undergraduate degree in Materials Science engineering, medical school, and pediatric residency at Stanford University. While in residency, she implemented changes to the electronic health record to improve the safety of medication administration by involving patients and their families. She is excited to continue learning how to leverage technology to serve the pediatric population, empowering patients and their families to be involved in their child’s medical care.

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Michell Stoffel, MD, PhD

Faculty Advisor

Michael Leu

Michelle Stoffel, MD, PhD is an anatomic and clinical pathologist. An Iowa native, she completed medical and graduate school at the University of Kansas, and residency at the University of Wisconsin. In her clinical informatics training and career, she is excited to use her background in pathology to bridge the communication gaps between the lab and other areas of medicine. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and outdoor activities with her husband, two children and Goldendoodle.

Clinical Informatics Fellow


Ethan Tseng, MD, MBA

Faculty Advisor

Michael Leu

Ethan Tseng, MD, MBA is an emergency medicine physician. Originally from Boston, MA, he earned his MD from Tufts University School of Medicine while simultaneously obtaining his MBA with a focus in health management from the Heller School at Brandies University. He completed an Emergency Medicine residency at University of Massachusetts Medical School and while there, created a wiki-based webpage that highlighted recent clinical process and operational changes within the department. He is interested in developing and incorporating clinical decision support tools in the emergency and critical care clinical settings. In his free time, he is hiking, at a brewery or trying a new restaurant.

Clinical Informatics Fellow