Jingzhi An is a Ph.D. degree candidate at the Harvard–Massachusetts Institute of Technology Division of Health Science and Technology, with a concentration in electrical engineering, and an M.D. degree candidate at the Duke-NUS Graduate School of Medicine, Singapore. She is interested in quantitative methods for delivering precise and personalized medicine and currently works on physiological closed-loop control for precise delivery of medical comas.
IEEE PULSE, Feature September/October 2018Imaging Intelligence
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have influenced medicine in myriad ways, and medical imaging is at the forefront of technological transformation. Recent advances in AI/ML fields have made an impact on imaging and image analysis across the board,... Read more
Posted on 25 SEP 2018
IEEE PULSE, Student's Corner March/April 2021Crafting the Future – Opportunities for Students by the Reinvigorated IEEE EMBS Student Activities Committee
Since its inception, a key mission for the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) has been to support the development of students interested in the application of engineering to medicine and biology. Through its related efforts, EMBS hopes to nurture and encourage the continued growth of this vital field of engineering. Over the years, over 300 EMBS student chapters and clubs have been formed around the world. These are driven by passionate individuals, united under the common vision of using technology to enhance the well-being and alleviate the sufferings of the human race, and have each made an impact on their local communities... Read more
Posted on 21 APR 2021