Albert completed his undergraduate studies in Gerontology and Bioethics at the University of Southern California. He received his medical degree at the University of Southern California. He is at the Palo Alto Foundation Medical Group serving as the Chair of the Department of Geriatrics with an appointment at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute, caring for older adults in Skilled Nursing Facilities and developing real-world strategies for implementing best practices in care.
Dr. Yusra Hussain’s main career interest is in promoting health and well-being and preventing illnesses. Yusra is an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University and maintains active privileges at Stanford hospital. Her mission is creating a caring and safe environment for
her patients and their loved ones. She believes that medical care needs to be delivered in a personalized manner. She's also the chair of the South Bay chapter of Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP).
Dr. Peter H. Cheng is the founder of The Guzik Center for Geriatrics and Palliative Care at Sutter Health-Palo Alto Medical Foundation. Through his career as an aging specialist, Peter has established, mentored, supported, and worked in interdisciplinary professional teams passionate about caring for the aged. He is energized by discovering and implementing "new ways of caring for older people”.
Dr. Mehrdad Ayati is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is a member of the Ethnogeriatric and Quality and Policy Performance Committees of the American Geraitric Society. He is a Community Health Advisor for Alzheimer Association, Northern California, and Nevada Chapter. He is the author of “Paths to Healthy Aging” and a guest speaker on NPR and KQED.
Dr. Marina Martin is the Section Chief of Geriatric Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. In this role, she oversees clinical, educational, and health services research programs that promote optimal, compassionate, personalized care of older adults, especially those with frailty, dementia, or very advanced age. Dr. Martin's clinical practice currently consists of post-acute rehabilitation and long-term care at Webster House Health Center (nursing home).