Learn more about the amazing people behind the MediView technology.
After completing her undergraduate honors research project in Cleveland Clinic Children’s hospital, which centered on the study of cognitive functioning of children with ADHD, she was compelled to take on immense interests in medical imaging research and medical devices.
In 2017, she completed an internship at Cleveland Medical Devices, Inc., gaining exposure to medical device validation testing, as well as vital areas of regulatory affairs and clinical personnel training on device use. Sara’s interest in leveraging the capabilities of AR/VR/XR in healthcare started in Cleveland State University, as her Master’s graduation project focused on developing a proof-of-concept AR application for preliminary verification of an AR-guided biopsy needle.
Since then, Sara joined Cleveland Clinic’s Biomedical engineering research team, working with physicians on various projects in image-guided therapies using AR/XR. During her time at Cleveland Clinic, she collaboratively worked on writing NIH small business grants, internal grants and IRB protocols. Furthermore, she brings expertise in statistical analysis, segmentation of DICOM datasets, 3D-CAD modeling and design, and is a co-inventor of the ultrasound-guided RTFHV technology (patent pending). She enjoys giving back to the community by serving as a member of Cuyahoga County Community College’s Biomedical Manufacturing Advisory Board and as a member of Beech Brook Behavioral and Mental Health Center’s Emerging Leaders Board.