Phoebe Dijour

Biomedical Engineer
Johns Hopkins & Duke University

I am a Johns Hopkins MSE candidate (May '23) studying Bioengineering Innovation and Design. Throughout my translational research, I am working on two projects: (1) Developing a novel nerve stimulation device for the treatment of a highly prevalent, severe form of obstructive sleep apnea, and (2) Increasing access to eye care in rural India through a telemedicine deep learning-based screening platform. Central to both projects is the focus on identifying unmet clinical needs through ethnographic research, contextual clinical and commercial analysis, rapid prototyping and validation, and business, regulatory, and reimbursement strategy development.

I am passionate about identifying innovation opportunities with large value propositions, making impact with real world data, and building products centered around user needs. Within the engineering design process, I merge big picture thinking with attention to detail and practice a customer-first mindset. My career goal is to work as an R&D Systems or Data engineer to improve healthcare through digital health and medical technology. I received a Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University, where my research focused on medical device design, imaging, and software development in a variety of clinical spaces.

Please contact me via email or LinkedIn for more information!

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