H. Henry Guo, MD, PhD

H. Henry Guo, MD, PhD

Radiologist

Bio:   Dr. Guo is a diagnostic radiologist with board certifications in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine. He is subspecialty fellowship trained in chest (thoracic) imaging and nuclear medicine, including PET-CT. As a dedicated chest radiologist, Dr. Guo's emphasis is on diseases of the lungs, including: interstitial lung diseases, lung cancer, and diseases of the airways. Dr. Guo also specializes in cancer imaging as part of his work in nuclear medicine and PET, and helps to care for patients in the Thoracic Cancer Program, Lung Cancer Screening, lung graft-versus-host disease Clinic, Infectious Diseases, Interstitial Lung Diseases Clinic, Sarcoidosis, and in the Nuclear Medicine Clinic.

His research background is in molecular biology, genetics, and cancer pathogenesis, and combines the tools of molecular and anatomic imaging to improve patients' outcomes. He current research projects include: imaging markers of lung and heart diseases, low radiation dose CT, PET-CT of the lungs, quantitative CT, and in 3D printing of thoracic structures to improve education and optimize pre-treatment planning.

He is a native of the South Bay and enjoys working in the dynamic environment at Stanford and the Silicon Valley.

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Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
  • 300 Pasteur Drive
  • 2nd Floor, C21
  • Stanford , CA 94305
  • Phone: 650-723-6855
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Professional Education

  • Fellowship: Stanford University Radiology Fellowships (2012) CA
  • Residency: Stanford University Radiology Residency (2011) CA
  • Medical Education: University of Washington School of Medicine (2006) WA
  • Internship: Scripps Mercy Hospital Transitional Internship (2007) CA
  • Board Certification: Nuclear Medicine, American Board of Nuclear Medicine (2012)
  • Fellowship in Chest Radiology, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, CA USA (2012)
  • Board Certification, Nuclear Medicine, American Board of Nuclear Medicine (2012)
  • Board Certification: Diagnostic Radiology, American Board of Radiology (2011)
  • PhD, University of Washington, Pathology and Molecular Biology (2004)
  • Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Molecular Biology (1997)

Honors & Awards

  • Alpha Omega Alpha, (AOA)
  • ARCS Scholar, University of Washington
  • Clinician of the Year, Stanford Department of Radiology (2019)
  • Faculty Educator of the year (early career), Stanford Radiology Residency (2014)
  • MSTP, University of Washington
  • Sigma Xi, MIT

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