Lab Members

 

Mohamed Abdulrahman Almadi, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Researcher

EDUCATION
Florida International University, Biomedical Engineering, Ph.D.

University of Miami, Biomedical Engineering, MS.

BIOGRAPHY
Mohamed Almadi graduated from the Ph.D. degree program of Florida International University in 2021. his Ph.D. study focused on developing an all-optical quantitative ultrasound imaging system. He is now a postdoctoral fellow working in the NSG Biomedical Engineering Lab at the Mass General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. His research interest is the development of cuffless blood pressure monitoring using ultrasound.

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Ge “G” Zhu

Research Associate

Email: gzhu6@mgh.harvard.edu

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:

Brown University, Biomedical Engineering

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Mechanical Engineering

Brown University

BIOGRAPHY

Ge is Biomedical Engineering PhD student currently working on wearable continuous non-invasive blood pressure monitoring device in ICU and surgical settings. Prior to joining NSG BME lab, Ge completed graduate school in the Department of Engineering at Brown University.

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Matheus ‘Mat’ Berbet

Undergraduate Research Assistant

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EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:

University of Massachusetts, Boston

BIOGRAPHY

Mat is an undergraduate student studying computer engineering at University of Massachusetts, Boston. Currently, he is working on developing software tools for clinical data analysis and collection.

 

Jacqueline Gong

Research coordinator / Lab manager

Email: jgong5@mgh.harvard.edu

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:

Wellesley College, B.S in Biology

BIOGRAPHY

Jackie is the lab manager and research coordinator for the NSG Biomedical Engineering Lab. Currently, she is working on non-invasive blood pressure tonometry data collection and support all research project management activities in the lab.

 

Summer Interns:

  1. Duanxie Shen, BSE in Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. (Blood pressure module hardware development)
  2. Qiran Chen, BS in Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (EEG)
  3. Leo Strangman, BSE in Computer Science, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Hardware development)