Lisa Yamada is a PhD graduate student working with Dr. Paul Nuyujukian in the Brain Interfacing Laboratory at Stanford University. She is interested in applying engineering tools for medical applications, and her research focuses on the analysis of human electrophysiology data (i.e. intracortical EEGs of participants with refractory epilepsy) for seizure detection, localization, and prediction. Yamada earned her BS in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics from Trinity College (Hartford, CT) and her MS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
Education & Certifications
PhD, Stanford University, Electrical Engineering
MS, Stanford University, Electrical Engineering (2017)
BS, Trinity College (Hartford, CT), Electrical Engineering (2015)
BS, Trinity College (Hartford, CT), Mathematics (2015)