Kirsten Thompson | Co-President
Kirsten is a senior majoring in bioengineering and plans to pursue an MD/PhD with a focus on cancer immunotherapy. She has been involved in SSB for the past three years, and is looking forward to expanding SSB's efforts in the med-tech space this year, specifically in hands on opportunities for students. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, biking, and playing bass.
Andrew Lee | Co-President
I am committed to bringing cheap, effective medical technology to third world and developing regions of the world that are suffering without the benefit of modern medicine. I apply design thinking, engineering, and entrepreneurship to tackle current global health needs. I am excited to help lead Incubator this year in shaping the next generation of medical problem solvers!
Emily Pang | Co-President
Biomechanical Engineering 2018
Emily is a sophomore majoring in biomechanical engineering and minoring in feminist, gender, and sexuality studies. In SSB, she is a part of the Incubator team. Her responsibilities include designing medical device and health innovation projects for the Stanford community with the mentorship of physicians and industry professionals. In the future, she hopes to make an impact at the intersections of medicine, technology, and entrepreneurship. She is particularly excited about issues in women's health, solutions for disparities in healthcare, and the combination of big data and medical devices.