Co-Founder|CEO at iSono Health

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) From Stanford University
Female
San Francisco Bay Area
WORK DETAILS

iSono Health

Co-Founder|CEO
iSono Health is developing an AI-powered platform for accessible and personalized Women's Health. Our solution combines compact, automated ultrasound with deep learning for rapid and accurate point-of-care diagnosis, as well as remote monitoring of breast health to empower women and their physicians with early detection of breast cancer.
May 2015 - Present
(5 Years and 7 Months)

TMC Innovation Institute

TMCx5 Medtech Cohort
August 2017 - December 2017
(5 Months)

Y Combinator

Y Combinator Class of 2016
January 2016 - April 2016
(4 Months)

Systron Donner

Senior Staff MEMS Engineer
Development of high-precision Quartz inertial sensor measurement units (IMU) - Design of highly-stable high-bandwidth quartz gyroscopes with bias stability of better than 1deg/hr.- 3D finite element modeling of quartz sensors in ProE/Creo Parametric and ANSYS Multiphysics.- Evaluation of new markets and technologies for next generation high-precision inertial sensors. … see more
August 2014 - May 2015
(10 Months)

IDT - Integrated Device Technology, Inc.

Staff MEMS Engineer
Development of next generation MEMS devices for timing, signal processing, and sensing application in high-volume consumer markets. - Design of Piezoelectric-on-Silicon microscale resonators and sensors.- 3D finite element modeling of composite piezoelectric devices in ANSYS Multiphysics.- Fabrication of next generation prototypes in class 10 & 100 cleanroom facilities.- Characterization of MEMS resonators against various environmental factors. - Evaluation of new technologies and products in MEMS timing and signal processing market. … see more
January 2012 - January 2014
(2 Years and 1 month)

Sandia National Laboratories

Postdoctoral Scholar
Developement of Micro and Nanoscale sensors, resonators, and actuators (NEMS/MEMS) -Nanoscale acoustic meta-materials for communication, sensing, and thermoelectric energy scavenging-Nanoscale solid-state devices: Nanowire FETs for communication and sensing-RF and Microwave piezoelectric (AlN) resonators and filters Micro and nanofabrication technologies, development of new materials for N/MEMS … see more
January 2010 - June 2012
(2 Years and 6 Months)

Stanford University

Graduate Student Researcher
Design, theoretocial and 3D finite element modeling , fabrication, and characterization of micro-electromechanical (MEMS) resonators, filters, and sensors for commnication and computation.Adviser: Professor Roger Howe … see more
January 2005 - January 2009
(4 Years and 1 month)

University of California, Berkeley

Graduate Student Researcher
Desgin and modeling of interface IC for MEMS
January 2003 - January 2005
(2 Years and 1 month)

Imperial College London

Visiting Researcher
Optical and Semiconductor Devices labWorked on design and fabrication of 3D MEMS Helmholtz coils for nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy.Adviser: Professor Richard Syms. … see more
September 2004 - December 2004
(4 Months)

Intel Corporation

Graduate Technical Intern
May 2004 - September 2004
(5 Months)

Protek

Application Engineer
January 2001 - January 2002
(1 year and 1 month)
EDUCATIONAL DETAILS

Stanford University

Electrical Engineering
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
2005-2009

Stanford University Graduate School of Business

Global Innovation Program
- Core business skills such as marketing, operations, strategy, accounting, finance, and economics.- Applied skills such as negotiation, teamwork, public speaking, leadership and pitching ideas.- Approaches to product design and prototyping.
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University of California, Berkeley

Electrical Engineering
MS
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Arizona State University

Electrical Engineering
BS
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