Throughout my PhD, I solved problems pertaining to specifications and requirements of wireless health monitoring systems, such as on/off-body radio channel characterization, feature extraction, and low power sensing. Furthermore, I have been actively involved in clinical trials. In this capacity, I have been serving as the technology lead on a number of clinical trials at UCLA Spine Center, UCLA Stroke Center, Saint Vincent Medical Center, Phoenix Clinic, and UCLA Stein Eye Institute. These clinical trials serve as complete vertical applications of the systems that I have developed at UCLA.
- Glaucoma patients at UCLA Stein Eye Institute [40 patients] (1/2013-present)
- Advanced Glaucoma Progression Study at UCLA Stein Eye Institute [220 patients] (1/2013-present)
- Lumbar Spine Injury at UCLA Spine Center [20 patients] (2/2013-present)
- Stroke patients at Saint Vincent Medical Center [30 patients] (1/2011-1/2012)
- Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy at UCLA Spine Center [29 patients] (6/2012-5/2013)
- ACL-injured patients at Phoenix Clinic [10 patients] (2/2012-5/2012)