I frequently present talks and lectures on the topics of global health innovation, health technology in global markets and healthcare access. Here are some Stanford University graduate courses where I frequently speak:
MED 232 Global Health: Scaling Health Technology Innovations in Low Resource Settings
STRAMGT 345: Impact: Taking Social Innovation to Scale
I taught a course on Global Medtech Innovation at Stanford University in Fall 2018: learn more


Alumni Panel

BME-IDEA APAC Conference
Singapore, Dec 2018

From Sequence to Clinical Report: Enabling Genomic Testing

Corporate presentation, Fabric Genomics, Inc.

November 2017

Blood Profiling Atlas in Cancer, Cancer Moonshot Project

Member presentation, Omicia, Inc.

December 2016

International Commercialization Panel

MedTech Vision, MedTech Women’s Annual Conference 

September 2016

Stanford Global Biodesign 

First Annual BME IDEA APAC Conference, Singapore

September 2016


LSA TalktedX


Medical Technology Ecosystem in India
Human Capital Management Strategies: A Survey of the Indian LifeSciences Industry
Conference Proceedings: Pharmaceuticals in Developing and Emerging Economies, University of Hyderabad

August 2010

Programmed Differentiation of Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells using Artificial Signaling Pathways, Paper at the “International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition – iGEM” at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, August 2006

Symbolic, Architectural or Metaphysical: Explanations for the Hidden Base of Borobudur; paper at the “Seminar on the Hidden Base at Chandi Borobudur” in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2008

Interfaith Dialogue in the Higher Education Setting; paper at the “Parliament of World’s Religions” in Barcelona, Spain, 2004