Lina works at the intersection of engineering, data science and healthcare. Previously, she was the COO of Enlitic, a startup that uses deep learning to improve clinical diagnostics in medical imaging. Before this, she was the Innovation Director at one of the largest centers at the University of California, Berkeley, where she helped scale and spin out new social-impact technologies. Lina has also been recognized on MIT Technology Review's "TR35" annual list of the world's top innovators for her work in open science. Her writings have been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Science, and Make Magazine. Lina has a PhD in biomedical engineering from the ETH Zurich. When she is not doing science, she likes to ski, run and backpack.
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