Inventing the Future
Suryanarayana focuses on sustainability
When Lalitha Suryanarayana says, “The only way to know about the future is to create it,” she means it. And with a career spanning impressive, influential roles in R&D, product development, and corporate strategy, she is doing it.
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Gharib finds her calling
From fashion to linguistics and eventually engineering, Anastassia Gharib was open to career possibilities across a variety of her interests. The one thing off the table was medicine. Born into a family of doctors, she recognized from a young age that the medical field would not be her future home.
Designing More Effective Drug Delivery and Diagnostic Procedures
Ferrara applies her training to make a difference
2021 IEEE Biomedical Engineering Award recipient Dr. Katherine Whitaker Ferrara joined the faculty at Stanford University four years ago with the goal of translating the research from her laboratory into human studies. The award recognized some of the work her lab is best known for, research spanning all aspects of image-guided drug delivery and, in particular, the use of ultrasound instrumentation to improve imaging in the treatment of cancer.