Audrey holds a BSE in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University and a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University; she completed her postdoctoral training at Harvard University. Dr. Ellerbee is the recipient of numerous honors and fellowships, including the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, National Society of Black Engineers Graduate Student of the Year Award, the Arthur H. Guenther Congressional Fellowship and the Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship. Audrey officially joined Stanford University and the Ginzton Laboratory in September 2010, and is a member of the Optical Society of America and the SPIE.
Research interests: microscopy, optical coherence tomography, optofluidics, low-cost diagnostics
Vivian has been with Stanford for 23 years, the latter 14 being within the independent laboratories. She enjoys gardening, dancing, yoga, knitting and the Pacific Ocean. Vivian is also a Reiki Master, an alternative wellness technique, and has two grown children and a new son-in-law.
Timnit is a 4th year graduate student in Electrical Engineering; she also received her undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. Her research focuses on developing low-cost, portable health systems based on optical coherence tomography.
Hee Yoon is a 2nd year graduate student in Electrical Engineering. He received his undergraduate degree from the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). Hee Yoon’s research interests include optical coherence tomography.
Tahereh is a 1st year graduate student in Electrical Engineering. She received her undergraduate degree from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran, and her Master’s degree from San Jose State University. Her research interests include Applied Signal Processing, particularly its applications in biomedical devices, bio-imaging and analyzing biological signals.