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i'm jan.

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I am an AI/ML Product Manager at PathAI. I lead Product Development and Translational Science for PathAI's flagship AI-powered digital pathology products in non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), a metabolic liver disease with poor prognosis and no cure. I hope that our tools will help identify effective therapies and improve outcomes for NASH patients.

Prior to joining PathAI, I completed a PhD in Speech and Hearing Bioscience and Technology (SHBT) at Harvard University. I designed, fabricated, and patented an endomicroscope that visualizes cells inside the cochlea— the small, snail-shaped organ that shelters the primary sensory receptors for hearing. I hope that our device will improve diagnostics for deafness, the most common sensory deficit in the world.

[image] volumetric synchrotron radiation phase contrast image of a human cochlea through temporal bone - iyer 2019

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I am always conducting experiments, whether in research labs, or in kitchens. I have worked as a pastry cook at restaurants and bakeries in the United States and in France.

[image] goat cheese, nasturtium, cucumber, tomato, melon - iyer 2021

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I am grateful for the mentorship I have received over the course of my time as a scientist...

Oscar Carrasco-Zevallos, PhD – Janssen Pharmaceuticals

Konstantina Stankovic, MD, PhD – Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Guillermo Tearney, MD, PhD – Massachusetts General Hospital

Ervin Hafter, PhD – University of California, Berkeley

...and as a pâtissière!

Ryan Boya and Benjamin Lacy, ArtScience Culture Lab and Café

Stéphane Traon, Pâtisserie Traon

Jackie Bowers, Petsi Pies

Rob Tschudin, Tschudin Chocolates and Confections


Hari S. Iyer, 2017

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