is a senior member of Electronic Materials and Devices-Microsystems Technology group and a former National Research Service Award fellow of National Cancer Institute. She develops biohybrid micro-/nano-systems and new research thrusts that bridge engineering and nanotechnology to translational biosciences in the areas of cancer diagnosis and therapy, bioelectronics medicine, 3D model systems, and environmental monitoring. Dr. Veiseh holds Ph.D. in Materials Science & Engineering and Nanotechnology from University of Washington.
April 2 - PARC Forum with Ben Parr - Captivology - Attention is the fundamental lifeblood and currency of the modern economy. Yet most people have a very limited understanding of attention -- how it works, why we pay attention to certain people, products and ideas, and how to capture the attention of others. Come join us for an evening with Ben Parr to talk about Captivology. Register here.