WISDM Speaker

Sandya Subramanian, MPhil

Medical Engineering and Science | Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology
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Speaking (Panel), Mentoring, Speaking (Presentation), Press Commentary, Co-founding Ventures, Board Seat/Advising, Startup Team Engagement, Academic Collaborations

About Sandya

Sandya Subramanian is a researcher at the intersection of engineering, statistics, physiology, and healthcare, seeking to develop computational tools and methods to improve scientific understanding and medical decision-making in the neuroscience and mental health spaces. She is currently a 5th year Ph.D. student in the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology program, working in the Neuroscience Statistics Research Laboratory with Dr. Emery Brown to track pain under anesthesia. She also has experience in entrepreneurship, leadership, teaching, and mentoring. Outside of lab, she enjoys South Asian music and is a BollyX fitness instructor.

STEM Keywords

biomedical engineering, clinical research, computational neuroscience, machine learning, neuroscience, physiology, statistical modeling

Venture Keywords

biomedical engineering, clinical development, clinical research, computational neuroscience, medical devices, medical software, neuroscience

Country of Origin

United States

Sandya's Innovation Activities

Recent Venture Activity

IEEE EMBS International Student Conference 2021, Buddy

Patent Activity

9277873, 9320884, 9474892, PCT/US2020/042031

Other Innovation Activity

Sloan School of Management Healthcare Certificate, MIT Delta V accelerator

Sandya In the News



Sandya Awards

NSF Graduate Fellow

Churchill Scholar

USPTO Collegiate Inventor’s Competition Undergraduate Champion