Quan Zhang, PhD Director of the NSG Biomedical Engineering Lab
Email：qzhang at mgh dot harvard dot edu
Dr. Zhang received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at Xi’an Jiaotong University, China in 1997, and completed his post-doctoral fellowships at the Department of Radiology at the University of Pennsylvania and at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Zhang received his Harvard Medical School Instructor appointment in 2004, and he currently holds faculty appointments in the Department of Psychiatry and Department of Neurology at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, as well as in Center for Space Medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine. ).
Ding Zhang, PhD Visiting Professor
Dr. Zhang received a B.S. in mathematics from the University of Science and Technology of China, a M.S. in operations research from Tsinghua University, and a Ph.D. in industrial engineering from University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He is now a professor of management science at the State University of New York at Oswego. Dr. Zhang has research interests in social economic networks, urban transportation planning, and supply chain competition, and is recently interested in psychodynamics.
Junfeng Gao, PhD Visiting Professor
Email: junfengmst at 163 dot com
Dr. Gao is currently an associate professor of Biomedical Engineering at South-Central University for Nationalities. His research interests include linear and nonlinear signal processing techniques, functional connectivity analysis of brain cognitive, dynamic brain network analysis, and pattern recognition techniques.
Yue Tang Research Intern
Yue is a senior student majored in Biomedical Engineering in Zhejiang University, China. He has been working in BME Lab as an undergraduate research intern since September 2019.
His current research centers around multi-modality signal processing and vessel imaging enhancement.
For more information, please visit Yue’s Personal Page
Jieyuan Tan Research Intern
Jieyuan is a senior student majored in Electronic and Information Engineering in Zhejiang University, China. He has been working in BME Lab as an undergraduate research intern since September 2019.
His area of interest is the application of electrical computer engineering and artificial intelligence in biomedicine.
For more information, please visit his personal page:https://www.linkedin.com/in/jieyuan-tan-079669183/
Bowen Wang Research Intern
Bowen is a senior student major in Mechanical Engineering in Xi’an Jiaotong University, China. He has been making contributions in BME lab as an undergraduate research intern since October 2019.
His current research focus is mechanical optimization of head gears for blood pressure monitoring.
For further information, please refer to Bowen’s Resume
Zhanghao Huang Research Intern
Zhanghao is a senior student major in Electrical Engineering in Zhejiang University, China. Zhanghao has been working in BME Lab as an undergraduate research intern since September 2019.
His research interests include motor control, signal and data processing and sensor array designing. He is going to pursue his PhD degree at ZJU.
Karina Marshall-Goebel PhD Postdoctoral Reasearch Fellow
Email: KMARSHALL-GOEBEL at mgh dot harvard.edu
Guodong(Jell) Zhou visiting PhD Student
Email: gzhou3 at mgh dot harvard dot edu
Guodong joins BME Lab as a visiting Ph.D. during Jan to Jun 2018 from Department of Electronic Engineering at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on the realization of the near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) system based on organic photodetectors. He also involves the development of cuffless blood pressure measurement system via (flexible pressure sensors based) superficial temporal artery (STA) pulse monitoring.
Yue Shi Research Intern
Email: crystal0102 at foxmail dot com
Yue joined BME Lab as an undergraduate intern in Oct 2017. She is a senior student from Zhejiang University, majoring in Information Engineering, and comes to finish her graduation thesis. Her research focuses on signal and data processing, multi-modality data fusion. She is going to UC Berkeley for graduate study in EECS.
Zhanyue Zhao Research Assistant
Email: zzhao4 at mgh.harvard.edu
He joined the lab in Nov. 2017 and currently works as a Research Assistant. He is now designing new prototypes of wearable cuffless blood pressure monitoring devices, improving the robustness with mechanical analysis and ergonomic principles.
Zunming Zhang Research Intern
Email: netzzm029 at outlook dot com
Zunming joins BME Lab as an undergraduate intern from Sept. 2017 to Apr. 2018. He is a student from Zhejiang University, majoring in Electrical Engineering, and comes to finish his undergraduate thesis. His research focuses on embedded system and signal processing. Now he is pursuing his PhD degree at UCSD.
Zhiqiang Fu Research Intern
Email: fzq19962016 at outlook dot com
Zhiqiang joins BME Lab as an undergraduate intern in Oct 2017. He is a senior student from Zhejiang University, majoring in Mechatronics Engineering, and comes to finish his graduation thesis. His research focuses on mechanical design and finite element analysis. Now he is pursuing PhD degree at CUHK.
Zifan Jiang Research Intern
Email: zjiang9 at mgh.harvard dot edu
Zifan has been an undergraduate intern at BME lab since Sep 2017. He is a senior student from Zhejiang University, majoring in Biomedical Engineering. His research focuses on physiological signal processing and analysis. Now he is pursuing his PhD degree in Machine Learning at Gatech/Emory.
Rongzhi Zhang Research Intern
Work Email: rzhang14 at mgh dot harvard dot edu
Personal Email: ronzey.zhang at gmail dot com
Rongzhi is a senior undergrad majoring in Measurement Control Technology and Instruments at Zhejiang University, China. He has worked in BME Lab as an undergraduate intern since Sep 2018.
Rongzhi’s research interests include signal and data processing, machine learning and embedded system. Currently, he is working on a sensor array design to optimize the blood pressure monitoring. He also explores the multi-signal fusion and uses LSTM to improve the performance of the blood pressure device.
Gang Yao Research Intern
Email: gyao2 at mgh dot harvard dot edu
Gang joined BME Lab as an undergraduate intern in Nov. 2018. He is a senior student from the College of Information Science and Electronic Engineering, Zhejiang University, and comes to finish his graduation thesis. His research focuses on signal processing and spectroscopy imaging.