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Graduate Research SP
Hari Sadasivan
Beta Epsilon, U Michigan Ann Arbor, PhD candidate, CSE
RESEARCH TOPIC
Accelerating Engineering Solutions for Healthcare
Hari helps architect rapid and accurate personalized healthcare solutions for the 21st century. Hari, being a computer architect with a
deep passion for bioinformatics, does software-hardware co-design for healthcare, and more specifically for Precision Medicine. Hari's
research has discovered faster solutions for portable and accurate DNA sequencing. Hari and his team's more recent work on a portable
and programmable pathogen detector for future pandemics won the " functional " and " available " badges at the IEEE/ACM MICRO'21
artifact submission. The paper was presented at the MICRO'21 conference and selected for the ACM MICRO 2022 Top Picks with
honorable mention. Hari is also working with NVIDIA to develop faster genome mapping solutions, which will have a direct impact on
pathogen and cancer diagnostics.
Healthcare should start at home. Just like having a thermometer, every home should have an inexpensive, programmable device for
testing for any infections, conditions, or diseases. Hari's research on rapid and accurate testing solutions on cheap and portable genome
sequencing platforms takes us one step closer to this goal.
DNA sequencing wet-lab setup for rapid
nanopore sequencing & data collection
at EECS, U Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Additionally, shown is the DNA sequencer
to which we are building on-board
compute power for rapid disease testing
for personalized healthcare.
LEARN MORE
https://sites.google.com/umich.edu/hariss/home
CONTACT
https://www.linkedin.com/in/hariss-/
Hannaneh Hojaiji
Iota Gamma Chapter, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA),
Ph.D. Candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering
RESEARCH TOPIC
Autonomous Wearable Systems for Diurnal Sweat Biomarker Data Acquisition
Wearable biomarker sensing platforms are poised to catalyze the transition from point-of-lab and point-of-care to point-of-person health
and wellness monitoring as they provide frequent, real-time, and contextually relevant measures of informative biomarker (health-marker)
molecules. Among the potential wearable solutions, the sweat-based sensing modality particularly allows for accessing biomarker molecules
non-invasively.
By engineering a programmable drug delivery system to control the body's biological response and designing and integrating electronically
controlled electrochemical sensor arrays in a wearable format, Hannaneh has unlocked an unprecedented potential for noninvasive
biomarker monitoring devices to reveal information about the body's dynamic
chemistry. This way, the electronic modules used and integrated within
wearables, such as smartwatches, can be transformed to devise the next
generation of industrial healthcare and mobile consumer devices. These devices
address the need and provide the engineering solution for personalized and
precision medicine, enabling more customers to track their health information
more frequently and autonomously. Additionally, the system she has been
developing enables healthcare professionals to access the diurnal biomarker
profiles for each individual to provide personalized care based on the specific
biomarker traits of the patient. More importantly, it can reveal new sets of data
to deepen understanding of health conditions and medical needs.
Presenting a hybrid-flex wearable system that enables autonomous
sweat sampling - at programmable secretion rates - and analysis
at intermittent timepoints for diurnal biomarker data acquisition and
longitudinal personalized health monitoring.
LEARN MORE
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=WMdFmakAAAAJ&hl=en&authuser=2
CONTACT
www.linkedin.com/in/hannaneh-hojaiji
TLIGHT
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