Research Scientist, Hu Group
“Improving efficiency in the pathology gross evaluation process using on-chip optical coherence tomography (OCT)”
By bypassing the traditional approach, this technology has the potential to significantly reduce diagnosis time and costs. Through the Kavanaugh Fellowship, Diana is exploring the commercialization of the technology, with the goal of turning it into a viable medical device.
“I’ve always loved being a researcher, and if I work on a project, it’s because I really believe in the idea, and I truly pour my heart into it. When thinking about starting a company, I’m excited because of the possibility of bringing valuable technology into practice and improving patients’ lives.”