Why I Joined Q Bio: Sen Ma, Image Reconstruction Engineer

An interdisciplinary field of mathematics, physics, and medicine, MRI just seems to be perfectly made for me. On one hand, MRI attracts me because there are subfields where I could do research in maths, but on the other hand, I always wanted to make a difference in healthcare and I consider MRI the top levelContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Sen Ma, Image Reconstruction Engineer”

A Positive Feedback Loop for Humanity

Creating a world where every generation is healthier than the last and treatable diseases no longer take lives. This post originally was published on Medium on November 1, 2016. This year marks 200 years since French physician René Laennec invented the stethoscope, one of the more recent pieces of technology to be incorporated into theContinue reading “A Positive Feedback Loop for Humanity”

Why I Joined Q Bio: Cindy Wewengkang, Senior FPGA Engineer

I’ve always found working with my hands exciting and enjoyed creating cool stuff, finding quick ways to prototype, and building custom projects with hardware. There are endless things that you can optimize, and there are many processes that, if you really want to make it fast, you have to go through the hardware. While studyingContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Cindy Wewengkang, Senior FPGA Engineer”

Why I Joined Q Bio: Lauren Molley, Software Engineer

My ten-year-old self would not have guessed that I would be working as a software engineer to build the “physical of the future.” The palm trees outside my apartment would come as a surprise, too. I grew up near Chicago, Illinois. I went to college at the University of Michigan, where I intended to studyContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Lauren Molley, Software Engineer”