Assistant Professor of Radiology
Sarah is Assistant Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Her work at BWH focuses on developing new methods and technologies to improve precision in image-guided neurosurgery. Her current work includes the measurement and compensation of brain shift during tumor resection, the development of a neurosurgical planning systems for robotic needle insertion along a 3D curved trajectory and investigating low cost neuronavigation for developing countries.
Sarah joined the Golby lab after successfully selling her software startup company, 61 Solutions, Inc., which created drawing software for professional artists. Prior to founding 61 Solutions, she was a consultant to Disney Research and Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratory (MERL), a Professor in Computer Science at Tufts University and a Distinguished Research Scientist and Advisor to Management at MERL. She held postdoctoral positions at MIT and CMU, has a PhD in Electrical Engineering from CMU, an MSc in Biomedical Engineering from U. Wisconsin, Madison, and a BSc in Mathematics and Engineering from Queens University, Canada.
Outside of work, Sarah has recently been discovering the joys of hiking in the White Mountains.