Graduate Students

Misha Baitemirova

Knight-Hennessy Scholar | GSB'23 | BMI'23
Stanford University


Research interests: Multi-modal deep learning, non-invasive continuous health tracking, digital biomarkers.

Jessica Kain

PhD Candidate
Biomedical Engineering, BS
University of Virginia


  • Research interests: Precision medicine, Computational and systems biology, Machine learning, Integrative multi-omic analysis, Metabolomics
  • Bio: Jessica is broadly interested in the application of computational and systems biology in precision medicine and has experience leveraging multi-omic data to better understand both rare and complex diseases.   
  •   More She received her BS in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Virginia in 2020 and has been working in research and development at a biotech start-up. Her graduate research revolves around elucidating complex biological systems through the development and use of analytical methods that integrate multi-omic data and biomedical knowledge. Jessica is currently focused on developing interpretation methods and predictive models for the clinical application of metabolomics. 



Ziv Lautman

Environmental Engineering, B.Sc.

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
William K. Bowes Jr. Stanford Graduate Fellow

Teaching BIOS237: Engineering Wellness
Leading The Lasting Change Study

Research interests: Quantification methods for Mind-Body connection, Precision mental health, Placebo effect

Aubrey Roberts

PhD Candidate in Epidemiology

Community Health and Prevention Research, MS; Stanford University (2021)

Neuroscience, BS; Northwestern University (2020)


Research interests: exercise physiology, molecular transducers of physical activity, epidemiology and population health, precision medicine, nutrition.

Bio: Aubrey’s graduate research involves characterizing the cardiovascular and multi-omic changes that occur with high intensity interval training (HIIT) vs. traditional endurance training in sedentary individuals. She is also interested in the health of female athletes and the interplay between nutrition, energy expenditure, and bone stress injuries.