Naomi Zigman-Daniels

BS Psychology, minor Biology

Cohort 2018

Brief Bio:

Naomi is passionate about looking at methods of adopting new technological and research advances to increase accessibility in healthcare and daily living experiences.

Naomi is a health-focused collaborative researcher who focuses on using accessible language and design. She prioritizes collaboration and work on overcoming biases to help connect patients in underserved demographics with high-quality and culturally-appropriate care. In her prior work, she has coordinated studies and served as a research assistant in creating and bringing assistive devices to clinical trial, helping assess novel treatments for mental and physical conditions, and working on novel imaging techniques for animal models.

 

AFFILIATION(S):

Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering,

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