Ph.D Student in Electrical Engineering
Kris Quah, from Singapore, is pursuing a PhD in electrical engineering at Stanford School of Engineering. She graduated from Vanderbilt University with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering and electrical engineering. Kris aspires to do biomedical and medical imaging research to improve people’s lives, and to work in the field of MRI. At Vanderbilt, she was a teaching assistant and tutor in the engineering department, and a research assistant. As a member of Vanderbilt’s national championship winning NCAA Division I bowling team, she was awarded NCAA Rookie of the Year, was a three-time All-American, and received Google Cloud Academic All-American honors. She received the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Design and Research Award.
As an Administrative Associate, I am dedicated to keeping scientists organized, prioritized and less stressed. I practice a streamlined and intuitive approach to assistance. I am open-arms to opportunities that will broaden my horizon. A team player, willing to lead or follow, eager to learn and is self-motivated. Committed to excellence in service. My philosophy centers around what role I can play in helping others find solutions. Enthusiastic and personable, my passion is to contribute, support, and make a difference.
Qiyuan Tian, Graduated with a PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2017, Now a postdoc at MGH/Harvard Medical School
Sam Cartmell, Stanford Medical Student, (Med Scholar 2016-2017), Now a radiology resident at Massachusetts General Hospital
Christian Thaler, MD, Visiting Scientist (2017-2018), University Medical Center Hamburg
Muhamed Barakovic, EPFL-Stanford Exchange Student (Summer 2018)
Lilly Zhou, Undergraduate Summer Student 2018
Grant Yang, Graduated with a PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2019, Now working at Oculus
Jessica Tseng, Undergraduate Summer Student 2019