Associate Research Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Sonia Grego, Ph.D.; Dr. Grego has been developing health-focused engineering innovations for 15 years with expertise in sensors, diagnostics, systems miniaturization and tissue bioengineering. Her research interests include sensors for digital sanitation solutions and technologies for early detection of disease. She directs global field-testing of transformative sanitation technologies prototypes, particularly in India. She has served on NIH review panels for 10 years, served as co-chair of multiple symposia, co-authored more than 50 scientific publications and has been awarded four patents. Visit Scholars@Duke for more information.
Research Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Brian Stoner, Ph.D.; Principal Investigator (PI) and Director of the Duke University Center for WaSH-AID (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Infectious Disease), Research Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University. Dr. Stoner is a materials scientist with expertise in the synthesis, processing, and characterization of materials using electrical, electrochemical and plasma techniques. He holds 28 U.S. patents related to novel microelectronic materials and systems, and has authored or co-authored two book chapters and more than 200 scientific publications. Visit Scholars@Duke for more information.
Professor of Medicine
Geoffrey Steven Ginsburg, M.D., Ph.D.; Director of the Duke University Center for Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine and Professor of Medicine, Professor in Pathology, and Professor in the School of Nursing at Duke University. Dr. Ginsburg's research interests are in the development of novel paradigms for developing and translating genomic information into medical practice and the integration of personalized medicine into health care. Visit Scholars@Duke for more information.
John Cocke Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Krishnendu Chakrabarty, Ph.D.; Professor and Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Duke University. Dr. Chakrabarty is an expert in machine learning for time-series data analytics. He has developed solutions for failure prediction in complex electronic systems. His research interests include 3D circuit integration and system-on-chip, microfluidic biochips, hardware security, and neuromorphic computing systems. Visit Scholars@Duke for more information.
Deborah Anne Fisher
Associate Professor of Medicine
Deborah Fisher, M.D.; Dr. Fisher is a general gastroenterologist and clinical researcher with interests in outcomes research, big data analysis, and collaborations with the School of Engineering on GI clinical applications of new technology. Dr. Fisher's educational activities include clinical teaching, research mentoring, and directing the Department of Medicine MENTORS program for research fellows. Visit Scholars@Duke for more information.