Kaymie Shiozawa is a graduate student at MIT advised by Neville Hogan. She works in the Newman Lab for Biomechanics and Human Rehabilitation. Her current research lies on the intersection of robotics and rehabilitation technology, focusing on developing a rehabilitative device to improve unaided posture and balance in patients. She currently serves as one of the advisory board members of the MIT Community Service Fund Institute Committee and is also the President of the Shotokan Karate Club. She also completed her undergraduate degree at MIT, majoring in mechanical engineering and conducting research in robotics and mechanical design.
AI in healthcare, mechanical design, neuroscience, rehabilitation engineering, robotics