Otolaryngology Imaging Core  

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Felipe Salles, DDS, PhD

Felipe T Salles, DDS, PhD
OIC Coordinator

DDS (2000), PhD (2005)
Felipe Salles was born in Araraquara, São Paulo, Brazil, but was raised in the city of Lorena. He then moved to São Paulo, where he obtained his DDS degree in 2000, at University of São Paulo, School of Dentistry. Interest for basic science prompted him to obtaining a master and PhD degrees in Oral Pathology at the same school. After obtaining his degree, worked as a post-docfor for five years with Bechara Kachar at NIDCD. Initially as a Visiting Fellow, then as a Research Fellow, acquired skills in high resolution light and electron microscopy as well as in inner ear research. Has joined the Department of Otolaryngology at Stanford University School of Medicine in September of 2010, and is currently the Coordinator of the recently-created Imaging Core and conducts independent research on topics ranging from auditory research to general cell biology, mostly involving cytoskeleton dynamics and synaptic activity.

Anthony J. Ricci PhD

Anthony J. Ricci PhD
OIC Director

PhD (1992)
Anthony Ricci was born in the Bronx, New York where he lived until he went to college at Case Western Reserve University. Here he received a degree in chemistry. He moved to New Orleans for graduate school at Tulane University where he was the first student to receive his PhD in 1992. This time was
followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at University of Texas in Galveston with Manning Correia. In 1995 he moved to Madison Wisconsin to work with Robert Fettiplace. In 1999 he returned to New Orleans as an assistant
professor in Neuroscience at LSU Health Sciences Center. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 2004. In 2006 he moved to Stanford University as an Associate Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology and Molecular and Cellular Physiology. In 2010 he was promoted to full professor and provided with a Sewall Professorship.

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