Mindy is the Senior Medical Bioengineer at Mensura Health. Her research interests have been focused on biomedical sensing. She received her PhD in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics from MIT and Harvard where she did her graduate work in Electrical Engineering at MIT while studying medicine at Harvard Medical School. Her PhD research helped develop integrated high-bandwidth sensing and compute architectures based on carbon nanotubes. Mindy developed the first working prototypes of these novel systems for infectious disease diagnosis at Massachusetts General Hospital, demonstrating their promise for medical applications. The success of these systems was leveraged to translate carbon nanotube field-effect transistor fabrication capabilities from academia to commercial semiconductor manufacturing. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley where she majored in both Materials Science and Bioengineering.