Dr. Seim is postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University, where she collaborates with Allison Okamura and Maarten Lansberg. She received her PhD in Computing from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where her dissertation focused on wearable computing and motor skill training. She has been recognized for her work by the National Science Foundation, Microsoft Research and Google. Her research interests include technology-based treatments for motor disabilities, haptic training to enhance skill acquisition, brain-computer interfaces and the next generation of human-integrated electronics.
We’ll be talking about her research and its implications, and ask her why you’d call her if somebody said, “Somebody Call a Doctor!”
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