Rea Rostosky is an Electrical Engineering graduate student at Stanford University. She holds a BS in Bioengineering from the University of Louisville where she applied biomaterials to the study of cellular processes and the engineering of new tissues. In addition, Rea has held engineering positions at Ethicon Endo-Surgery and Ethicon Inc. where she helped design and develop ultrasonic, bi-polar, and mechanical laparoscopic medical devices as well as neurostimulation systems.
In her current role as a Stanford graduate student, Rea is interested in medical electronics and instrumentation for diagnostic and/or monitoring applications. She is intent on becoming an expert in her field while creating disruptive technologies that she can apply to commercial ventures following graduation.
Education & Certifications
B.S., University of Louisville, Bioengineering (2013)
running, hiking, travel, art, collages, music, piano, viola
Current Research and Scholarly Interests
Home-monitoring device for remote cardiovascular patient monitoring