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Ryan Hsi

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EDUCATION
09/01-06/05  Stanford University
                      Stanford, CA
                      B.S. with Distinction, Biological Sciences, 2005
                      B.A. with Distinction, Chinese, 2005
 
08/05-05/09  Loma Linda University School of Medicine
                      Loma Linda, CA
                      M.D., 2009
 
POSTGRADUATE TRAINING
07/09-06/10  Internship and Residency, Department of Surgery
                      University of Washington School of Medicine
                      Seattle, Washington
 
07/10-06/15  Residency and Chief Residency, Department of Urology
                     University of Washington School of Medicine
                     Seattle, Washington
 
07/15-06/16  Fellowship, Laparoscopy and Endourology
                     Department of Urology
                     University of California San Francisco
                     San Francisco, California
 
POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH TRAINING
07/12-6/13  Mentors/Labs:
                    Michael Bailey, PhD, Applied Physics Laboratory
                    Jonathan Harper, MD, Department of Urology
                                          University of Washington
                                          Funding: Intramural
                                          Effort 100%
 
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
08/16 – present  Assistant Professor, Department of Urology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
 
HONORS
2018  AUA/JUA Academic Exchange Scholar
2017  Best Reviewer Award, Engineering & Urology Society, AUA Annual Meeting, Boston
2015  Resident as Teacher Award
2015  In-Service Award
2014  1 st Place Presentation, J. Tate Mason Award, Northwest Urological Society
2013  Warren H. Chapman Resident Research Award
2013  Best Poster of Session, Imaging/Radiology, AUA Annual Meeting, San Diego
2013  Best Poster of Session, Sexual Function/Dysfunction/Andrology, AUA Annual Meeting, San Diego
2013  Best Abstract. Connors et al. AUA Annual Meeting 2013
2013  NIH Trainee Travel Award, American Society of Andrology, San Antonio TX
2012  1 st Place Presentation, J. Tate Mason Award, Northwest Urological Society
2012  Best Poster, International Kidney Stone Institute Stone Meeting, Indianapolis, IN
2012  IVUmed Traveling Resident Scholarship, Ghana, January 2013
2012  Engineering & Urology Society (EUS) Best Paper Award
2011, 2012  Western Section AUA Annual Meeting Scholarship 2011, 2012
2011  Hirschler Fellowship Award, Department of Urology, University of Washington
2011  Best Poster of Session, Stone Disease, AUA Annual Meeting. Washington D.C.
2008  Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA), Loma Linda University School of Medicine
2008  First Place, Scientific Poster Session, Annual Postgraduate Convention, Loma Linda
2008  Walter E. Macpherson Society Student-Faculty Research Award, Loma Linda
2006  Walter E. Macpherson Society Summer Research Scholarship, Loma Linda
 
RESEARCH FUNDING
 
Funded
VICTR Pilot funding CTSA award UL1 TR002243  9/2018 – current
Imaging patterns and risk of nephrolithiasis  $5,000
The goal of this project is to investigate imaging patterns after kidney stone surgery and determine how these patterns impact kidney stone recurrence.
Role: PI
 
Submitted
 
Attempted
NIH/NIDDK R21  Resubmitted 11/2018
Large-scale phenotyping Using the Electronic Medical Record: A Precision Medicine Approach to Nephrolithiasis
The goal of this project is to investigate natural language processing methods and neural networks for kidney stone events and laboratory phenotyping from the electronic medical record.
Role: Co-PI
Results: Score 40/not funded
 
NIH/NIDDK R01  Applied 10/2018
Improving Ultrasound Visualization for Obese and Non-Obese Kidney Stone Formers
The goal of this project is to investigate image degradation mechanisms for ultrasonic stone imaging, develop obesity-specific ultrasound modes for stone disease, and test advanced beamforming methods for stone detection and sizing in a clinical study.
Role: Co-PI
Result: Not scored/funded
 
NIH/NIDDK R01  Resubmitted 4/2018
Next-generation ultrasound for kidney stone disease
The goal of this project is to investigate nonlinear beamforming ultrasound algorithms and finite element modeling, and perform a clinical study on stone formers to improve ultrasound imaging for stone disease.
Role: PI
Result: Not scored/funded
 
NIH/NIDDK R21  Applied 2/2018
Large-scale phenotyping Using the Electronic Medical Record: A Precision Medicine Approach to Nephrolithiasis
The goal of this project is to investigate natural language processing methods and neural networks for kidney stone composition and 24-hour urine phenotyping from the electronic medical record.
Role: co-PI
Results: Score 45/not funded
 
NIH/NIDDK R01  Applied 10/2017
Next-generation ultrasound for kidney stone disease
The goal of this project is to investigate nonlinear beamforming ultrasound algorithms and finite element modeling, and perform a clinical study on stone formers to improve ultrasound imaging for stone disease.
Role: PI
Result: Not scored/funded
 
O’Brien Pilot and Feasibility Grant  Applied 6/2017
Vanderbilt Center for Kidney Disease (VCKD) $40,000
Nephrolithiasis Risk among Middle Aged and Elderly Urban Chinese
The goal of this project is to investigate kidney stone risk among the urban Chinese population, and evaluate the risk of green tea intake and vegetable protein intake with incident risk.
Role: PI
Result: Not funded
 
Completed
VISE Pilot Grant  12/01/16-06/01/17
Vanderbilt Institute in Surgery and Engineering $40,000
Development of wave-mechanics-based ultrasound imaging techniques for kidney stone detection and characterization
The goal of this project is to determine the feasibility of model-based ultrasound imaging techniques for kidney stone detection and sizing applied to real data from ex vivo models.
Role: Co-PI
 
VISE Physician-In-Residence program 01/01/2017-06/30/2017
Vanderbilt Institute in Surgery and Engineering 20% effort
In vivo assessment of ultrasound coherence based methods for detecting kidney stones.
The goal of this project is to ultrasound coherence-based imaging methods to improve the sensitivity of ultrasound detection.
Role: Co-PI
 
PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS
1.Chen L, Hsi R, Sherer B, Stoller M, Ho S. “Autofluorescence of Randall’s Plaque Precursors.” Journal of Urology 2017; 197(4), Page e231-2.
2. Leva N, Sanford T, Hsi R, Ramaswamy K, Chi T, Stoller M. “Lean Muscle Mass is More Accurate than Creatinine to Weight Ratio to Evaluate 24-Hour Urine Collection Adequacy: Development and validation of a regression model.” Journal of Urology 2017; 197(4), Page e4-5.
3. Brisbane W, Hsi R, Rogers M, Ostrowski K, Wessells H, Walsh T. “Comparison of Clinician and Patient Measurements using a Mobile Phone Application to Assess Penile Angulation.” Journal of Urology 2017; 197(4), Page e762-3.
4. Sherer B, Chen L, Hsi R, Killilea D, Ho S, Stoller M. “Heterogeneity in Calcium-Based Nephrolithiasis from a Materials Perspective.” Journal of Urology 2017; 197(4), Page e1286-7.
5. Usawachintachi M, Isaacson D, Taguchi K, Tzou D, Hsi R, Sherer B, Stoller M, Chi T. “A Prospective Case Cohort Study Demonstrates that Lithovue, a Single-Use Flexible Disposable Ureteroscope, Reduces Operative Time.” Journal of Urology 2017; 197(4), Page e666.
6. Hennefarth M, Chen L, Kang M, Hsi R, Reed-Maldonado A, Lin G, Stoller M, Lue T, Ho S. “The Origins of Calcified Peyronie’s Plaque.” Journal of Urology 2017; 197(4), Page e587.
7. Hennefarth M, Chen L, Hsi R, Kang M, Reed-Maldonado A, Lin G, Stoller M, Lue T, Ho S. “The Mouse Corpus Cavernosum Glandus is Biomechanically Analogous to the Human Corpus Cavernosum.” Journal of Urology 2017; 197(4), Page e761-2.
8. Usawachintachit M, Hudnll M, Rifkind A, Tzou D, Hsi R, Sherer B, Stoller M, Chi T. “Thiola Impact on Clinical Outcomes in Patients with Bilateral versus Unilateral Cystine Stone Disease.” Journal of Urology 2017; 197(4), Page e1213-4.
9. Tzou D, Isaacon D, Usawachintachit M, Wang Z, Taguchi K, Hsi R, Sherer B, Stoller M, Chi T. “The Importance of Urologist Estimation of Stone Burden: Results from the Registry for Stones of the Kidney and Ureter (ReSKU).” Journal of Endourology 2017; 31:Supplement 2, A210.
10. Hsi R, Tierney A, Schlunk S, Karve P, Duddu R, Byram B. “Next-generation ultrasound methods for kidney stone characterization: Feasibility of non-linear beamforming techniques.” Journal of Endourology 2017; 31:Supplement 2, A230.
11. Kuebker J, Shuman J, Hsi R, Herrell S, Miller N. “Radiation Exposure from KUB (kidney-ureter- bladder) Radiographs for Nephrolithiasis is Not Trivial.” Journal of Endourology 2017; 31:Supplement 2, A233.
12. Kuebker J, Robles J, Miller N, Herrell S, Hsi R. “Availability and Utilization of Reduced Dose Computed Tomography for Nephrolithiasis.” Journal of Endourology 2017; 31:Supplement 2,A233.
13. Kuebker J, Robles J, Miller N, Herrell S, Hsi R. “Rates of Spontaneous Ureteral Stone Passage After Ureteral Stent Placement.” Journal of Endourology 2017; 31:Supplement 2, A389.
14. Schluk S, Tierney J, George M, Karve P, Duddu R, Hsi R, Byram B. “Non-linear beamforming approaches for sizing and detecting large calcifications.” Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), 2017 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, Pages 1-4. page 16 of 23
15. Hsi R, Schlunk S, Tierney J, Kazuyuki D, Jones R, George M, Karve P, Duddu R, Byram B. “Feasibility of next-generation ultrasound methods to characterize and size kidney stones.” Journal of Urology 2018; 199(4), Page e840-1.
16. Hsi R, Kabagambe E, Shu X, Han X, Miller N, Lipworth L. “Race- and sex-related differences in nephrolithiasis risk among blacks and whites in the Southern Community Cohort Study.” Journal of Urology 2018; 199(4), Page e175.
17. Hsi R, Lee D, Bejan C. “Mining kidney stone composition from millions of clinical notes within the electronic health record.” Journal of Urology 2018; 199(4), Page e680-1.
18. Shu X, Cai H, Xiang YB, Li H, Lipworth L, Miller N, Zheng W, Shu XO, Hsi R. “Green tea intake and risk of incident kidney stones: A report from the Shanghai Men’s and Women’s Health Studies.” Journal of Urology 2018; 199(4), Page e384.
19. Kuebker J, Robles J, Kramer J, Miller N, Herrell SD, Hsi R. “Spontaneous ureteral stone passage in the presence of a ureteral stent.” Journal of Urology 2018; 199(4), Page e919-20.
20. Kang CL, Shu X, Herrell D, Miller N, Hsi R. “Predictors of persistent opiate use after ureteroscopy.” Journal of Urology 2018; 199(4), Page e916.
21. Mellema M, Bhenke-Parks W, Luong A, Hopcroft M, Mills C, Ho S, Hsi R, Laser D, Kenny T, Grubbs R, Stoller M. “Absence of ureteral/renal injury following low intensity extracorporeal acoustic energy lithotripsy with stone-targeting microbubbles in an in vivo swine model.” Journal of Urology 2018; 199(4), Page e479.
22. Hsi R, Lee DJ, Bejan CA. “Large-scale text mining of kidney stone composition from electronic health records.” Journal of Endourology 2018; 32:Supplement 2, A314-5.
 
PATENTS
1. US Provisional Patent Application 61/806,295 filed 3/28/2013. “Noninvasive Treatment of Ureteroceles with Focused Ultrasound.” Bailey MR, Lendvay TS, Maxwell A, Hsi RS, Casale P.
2. US Utility Patent Application 13/896,738 filed 5/17/2013. “Producing Propulsion Signals and Receiving Feedback Signals to Adjust a Position of an Object.” Bailey MR, Hsi RS, Cunitz B, Dunmire B, Harper JD, Sorensen MD, Simon JC, Khoklova V, Sapozhinkov OA, Kreider W, Wang YN.
3. US Utility Patent Application 14/268,414 filed 5/2/2014. Provisional Patent Application 61/818,822 filed 5/2/2013. “Noninvasive Fragmentation of Urinary Tract Stones with Focused Ultrasound.” Maxwell A, Cunitz BW, Reider W, Sapozhnikov OA, Hsi RS, Bailey MR.
4. US Provisional Patent Application 62/065,495 filed 10/17/2014. “Methods and Systems for Burst Wave Lithotripsy.” Maxwell A, Cunitz B, Kreider W, Sapzhnikov OA, Bailey MR, Hsi RS.
5. US Provisional Patent Application 62/101,615 filed 1/9/2015. “An ultrasound phantom for detecting and repositioning of kidney stones.” Bailey MR, Cunitz B, Dunmire B, Hsi RS, Lendvay T, MacConaghy B, Maxwell AD.
6. US Provisional Patent Application 62/382,833 filed 9/2/2016. “Ureteral Stent and Related Methods.” Hsi RS, Stoller M.
7. US Provisional Application 62/680,834 filed 6/5/2018. “Advanced Ultrasound Imaging Techniques for Kidney Stone Detection.” Byram B, Tierney J, Hsi R.
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