Alumni Spring 2024

A Better Measure for Infants

Fereshteh Aalamifar, Phd ’16, developed SoftSpot, an FDA-cleared mobile app for infant cranial measurements.

World Changer

Quinton Smith, PhD ’17, recently recognized as one of Popular Science’s “Brilliant 10,” works at the intersection of engineering and stem cell biology.

Clearing the Air

Jessica Jeffery, MS ’19, provides technical direction and regulatory guidance to GM manufacturing facilities across the country.

Overcoming ‘Ethical Debt’

Cathy Petrozzino ’80 sees the integrity and reliability of data used in AI as a defining limitation, describing the challenge as a form of “ethical debt.”

Advancing Innovation

Alok Aggarwal, PhD ’84, is CEO and chief data scientist of ScryAI, an analytics firm that develops AI software solutions for the financial, technology, and health care industries.

3 Questions: Filling Gaps, Augmenting Care

As the North America head of digital health at Siemens Healthineers, a health care solutions company, Peter Shen regularly engages with major health providers and technology partners on issues around adopting innovative technologies in health care. A Johns Hopkins Leadership Fellow for the Whiting School of Engineering, he recently testified before Congress about artificial intelligence in health care.