Kevin Le | Conference Committee Co-Chair
Stanford Undergraduate Class of 2013 | Biomechanical Engineering
Kevin's passion for medical technology is a result of how the intersection of engineering and biology creates new and innovative ways to treat patients and universally improve the quality of life for everyone. He hopes to pursue a Master's degree and possibly a Ph.D in engineering and use his knowledge to design and invent better medical technology that will benefit patients around the world. As conference co-chair, he hopes to help expose the Stanford community to the advancements in the medical technology field, as well as introduce the idea of "socially conscious engineering." His hobbies include playing volleyball, hip-hop dance, and watching the Los Angeles Lakers win.
Shaheen Jeeawoody | Conference Committee Member
Stanford Undergraduate Class of 2014 | Bioengineering and Computer Science
Shaheen's interests span tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and translational research that directly improves patient health. She is a researcher in the Stem Cell and Biomaterials Engineering Lab with Prof. Fan Yang, and promotes engineering education through the School of Engineering, Office of Student and Diversity Affairs. She is excited to bring great speakers to this year's SSB conference and encourage the development of new, accessible medical technologies. Her hobbies include swimming, hiking, traveling, and exploring new cultures.